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On 2/14/11 4:34 PM, Bernhard Dippold wrote:

US marketing is the most important marketing area for LibreOffice.

I would prefer to say that US marketing is important because it is new as a focus area for the project. It is not the most important marketing area, it is the newest marketing area. UK marketing is also important, but sometimes UK picks marketing contents from the US (not always a good idea) and therefore US has a slight priority over US, because some of the most important publishers are based in the US.

It is crucial and should be supported wherever possible.
But I don't know if this means that other marketing areas should not be
supported in the same way.

We should support every marketing area that has been neglected in the past, and I think this especially true for English and Spanish speaking markets. Most of the other marketing areas, as they are similar to the language area, are easier to organize.

But I have never met any user having problems to *use* a single wiki
page as source of information.
On the contrary: Most of them don't know that they are not on the
website, but on a wiki page - provided that the navigation works in a
similar way. So if we want to link to the wiki for user information,
these wiki pages would need to have a horizontal navigation linking back
to the website categories.

Thanks. You perfectly got my point.

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