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On 11/02/2010 12:49 AM, Marc Paré wrote:
I would prefer to use "LibO Repository" if we are going to provide extensions, themes, templates
I prefer that term to "LibO App Store".
One potential issue is that people won't know what a repository is.
Something more akin to terminology that non-techies understand would be
So far, websites should include a link to Facebook, YouTube (instructional videos), and Twitter.
What about Flickr for screenshots and photographs of events LibreOffice
We should never use negative advertising. This is just not an option. It is simply improper and I
would strongly advise not to do it.
In essence, I agree with this. Nonetheless, at least initially, a page
- --- even if it is very hard to find --- covering the rational of why The
Document Foundation, and LibreOffice was created, would be a good thing.
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