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On Sun, Dec 26, 2010 at 9:25 AM, RGB.ES <> wrote:

Hello all, I just added two new pages to the wiki with their corresponding
Spanish translation
A late question, I know... sorry... but: are those pages ok on their actual
paths or they need to be moved?
I was convinced that the wiki was organized more with tags (even if I did
not find the predefined tags appropriate) than with paths, but someone on
the general mailing list has made me doubt...
Most pages I can see on the wiki are on the same path... but not all (like which is the
"rule" for page location?

Hi Ricardo,
Might I suggest that these articles are 'end user support' and not
community or development pages.
I think that a more appropriate location for these wiki pages would be
on the soon to be created rather than The
Document Foundation wiki.
Remember that the TDF wiki is not for LibreOffice information or
support, it is for community building and development.

You will find discussions about the LibreOffice (Not TDF) wiki
throughout the mailing list history. I am not sure who is leading this
project, but once it is created then I am sure that we will have much
discussion about the URL structure.

I would suggest we unpublish these pages from the TDF wiki. They are
useful pages, but IMHO the TDF wiki should not be confused with the
end user support.
This also clearly demonstrates the need for a LibreOffice wiki sooner
rather than later. The development page for the LibreOffice wiki is

Could I suggest that we create a place on the TDF wiki for these pages
to reside until the LibO wiki has been created. I was thinking:

Michael Wheatland

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