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First of all, I'm not in charge of libreoffice-s server, but I hope I can
help with at least one of your concerns:

1) The image is almost always hosted in the referenced host (in this case, That way, it's much simpler to embed and a single static
image shouldn't be a problem for any server. Also, anyone who wants to copy
the image and host it himself will know how to do that without any

2) Sorry, I can't be of any help there. There's for sure much more qualified
people here.


On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 7:31 PM, drew <> wrote:


There was some discussion on the mailing lists about setting up a page
with an easy way for people to have access to a Libo Logo with a link
back to the site here.

One of the folks, Jeff Chimene, on the US Markting list setup an example
under his user account page at the wiki:

The idea is to dish up the graphic from the wiki server and of course
link back to the LibO site - the users simply copy/paste the HTML.

Only one graphic file, from the branding page, is distributed and the
html simply sets different sizes.

so a couple quick questions:

1) Dishing the graphic from our server, seems like a good idea to me,
but what do others think on this?

2) There will need to be some text about what you can and can't do -
could use some help on that.

Assuming the above are wrapped up then just need to pick a good page
location in the main wiki content area, IMO.

Thanks and looking forward to your input,


ps - I didn't do a copy to all the mailing lists I could think of that
might want to see this...but if you think it has to hit multiple lists
just forward it (or poke me :)

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