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On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 11:37 PM, Florian Effenberger
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- the TDF wiki will be low in structure and mostly in English, while the
LibO wiki will provide -- just like Wikipedia does -- one subdomain for each
language, like for the German variant. That way,
searches are only in the desired language, and local teams can use the page
titles they want, instead of using the English one and suffixing the
language code

That sounds like a great idea. As with the hugely successful Ubuntu
community building, I am sure the LibreOffice Wiki will become one of
the more important resources for LibreOffice support along with the
books produced by the documentation team.

Mike Wheatland

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