On Thu, 2011-01-13 at 11:11 +0100, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol wrote:
Am 12.01.2011 19:31, schrieb drew:
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.
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.
Thanks for starting this discussion. I would expand the theme a little bit.
Actually I would really prefer if we did not.
A person suggested that we do what other projects for as long as I have
knows do - a simple little snippet of html that lets people, noobies
maybe, put a link to us from them - it's called link sharing and you
should be aware of it I would assume.
This person thought doing this should be an item for the SC to decide -
seemed silly to me.
Another person said, 10 minutes I have it done - great.
I then said well do it on your user space on the wiki, we will let folks
know about the coming update, and we most likely want to put a little
blurb of text as to what they should do, and folks can help put that
As for the little blurb on the pages - oh I don't know, how about:
"If you would like to help promote the LibreOffice project by displaying
our logo and a link to our site on your web site or blog that would be
We ask that for the time being you do so by copy and then past of the
below html to your site unaltered. Thank you."
That was the extent of the theme of this email.
Honestly I can not think of a more innocuous subject here.
So please any comment on this very simple little item.
For the remainder of your email - a different email alright?
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