On Oct 31, 2010, at 4:24 AM, Michael Wheatland wrote:
Hi to all on the Libre Office website mailing list.
I am very keen to get involved early on the Libre Office project. I have
been wanting to get involved with OpenOffice.org for many years now, but due
to the lack of community I found it very difficult.
I have a passion for Intuitive Navigation and User Interface improvements. I
am very interested in collaboration to build a website and software
interface which promotes ease of use, idea generation and community
inclusion from initial contact with the Libre Office project.
Welcome! I have been thinking about these same issues, and would appreciate your involvement. To
date, I have created a draft wireframe and IA, but it's only a rough draft at this point. You can
see the info on the wiki page: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Website/Site_IA_and_Wireframes
I attached an ODG file with the wireframes to the page, and listed in a hierarchical list the pages
of the site. One major change that needs to be made is to separate the IA into two sites--one for
LibO, and one for TDF, as discussed elsewhere on this list.
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