Am Sonntag, den 30.01.2011, 10:08 +0530 schrieb Narayan Aras:
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2011 18:37:54 +0100
I'm quite late, but nevertheless ... The original thread starter was
about the FAQ section and a reference to Google how to pronounce
When I started the LibO branding pages, I also added what other people
discussed so far; some time ago. You'll find recordings for LibreOffice
(unfortunately, to different speakers) here:
But maybe a good reminder ... Florian, you once talked about a
professional speaker who might help us. Is there any chance to ask him
to provide a "LibreOffice" sound recording that we can make available on
the branding pages and on the website. What do you think?
Branding pages are too obscure a place to be even noticed.
Most users will not be interested in branding. So placing the file won't serve the purpose.
True. But here is the misunderstanding, I think. My aim was to say "Here
is something that had been discussed a long time ago, even before the
LibreOffice website was created. Have a look - maybe it fits somehow."
Since you once noticed that things get lost on mailing lists (or maybe
people have not been part of the discussions that time), this topic had
been documented for the whole project and everyone who spreads the news
(press, community, ...) - beyond the website team.
Of course, now is the time to provide this information in a more logical
place, so that end-users will benefit from it, too.
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