On 14/01/2011 08:52, David Nelson wrote:
Hi Christian, Sophie, :-)
@Christian: I don't see the page that contains the content of
http://www.libreoffice.org/welcome/readme.html but I need to update
it, and this will need doing at each release.
Where is it please?
Also, what is the *purpose* of
http://www.libreoffice.org/welcome/introduction/ ? And where is this
page? I'd suggest redirecting it to
@Sophie: I have been going through the Linux readme and checking the
links. Most of the addresses differ in relation to the site's IA. I
have set-up redirector pages, so there is no problem with broken links
but, basically, it would be ideal to change the URLs in the readme.
The libreoffice.org site's IA *should* be fairly stable now...
The readme is in the sources, and is built during the install process.
So what you need to do is :
- have the same page on the static site than the one in the version,
- work in the wiki for the next version and get the documentation
members updating it according to the developers info
- then open an issue with the content when it's ready (at feature
freeze) so that it could be updated in the sources of the product
- inform the l10n team so that we are sure it passes through the
localization process before beta time.
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