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On 24.06.2015 at 22:15, toki wrote:

What would "user friendly" look like to you?

very nice question :)

To me, "user friendly" would match following criteria:

+ complete
+ up to date
+ online
   + with option to download and use locally
+ context sensitive
+ multi language
+ user commentable
   + with option to hide comments
   + with "helpful/not helpful" rating enabled
      + with option to show top rated comments first

and, for community/contribution interested users:

+ collaborativly created (like a wiki)
  (which is different from comment function!)
+ nice2have: views/downloads counter

The best example AFAIK is php documentation [1] but it's written by techies
for techies (aka freak2freak), whilest LibO has (hopefully) a lot of
non-freak users.


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