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And before I forget: 
The Native-Lang are encouraged to tweak and change these top features
to better match their needs and their linguistic/local realities.


On Sat, 26 Jan 2013 18:18:51 +0100
"Charles-H. Schulz" <> wrote:


As discussed during our various calls we have three layers of
messaging (aside nice graphical elements):
*  the PR itself, announcing the release
*  the features page, directly based on the release notes on the wiki
*  between 5 to 10 meta-features to be used as main elements for
anyone checking out what the 4.0 is about. Basically these "meta -
features" are pretty much the coolest features we have picked out of
the release, and turn them not into specific and well described
features, but rather solutions or ideas. We (a small group of active
marketing team members) opened a wiki page, gathered what we thought
were the top features (and before you ask, this IS subjective) and
turn them into specific phrases, ideas, soundbites for the release. 

You can see the result there:
(aka Top Features) and we would like your input. Don't write ten more
features or ten different features, just tell us if you feel there's
something missing, or something sounds bad, or that we must have a
hole in our heads for not having picked this or that feature. 

Once this is done, we're shipping this as "prime content" to the
website team, and it will go to the 4.0 landing page. The deadline is
Monday 5 pm CET.


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