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On Thu, 27 Jan 2011 18:50:07 +0800, David Nelson <>
Hi, :-)

-1 for publishing it. It was enough to have the discussions, I think.
Most planned participants weren't there anyway, and there were muliple
technical problems. Leave it to history. ;-)

David Nelson

I think we should publish it. If I see right, Michael is basing the
Wiki-Restructure on the call of yesterday and we should have the proof.
And also i would like to search for something I didn't quite understand. (I
mixed up the persons who where talking).

In fact we are not realy quite sure, what the Website-Team is all about.
I'm for the moment quit confused. Because I think what the people think
about the Website and how it should look is realy not adequat for the 21st

I understand that my approach yesterday which I proposed for the Remaking
of the Interface of the Website is not in the spirit how a OpenSource
Project works. But I think if we want to get more people to use Open Source
we should focus to make it appeal to this people. LibreOffice is not only
for Geeks and Enterprises also for the normal people who can't afford
expensive Software. (Econimic crisis ahoi)

My approach to the website is a little bit crazy, but you should think not
only in your box. The Libreoffice is in my eyes there to give the download,
an explanation and the "door" to the community. All the rest is up to the
TDF to give the community their place to work. Website >< Community

Mike Houben
UI - Coding - Animation

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