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Le 2011-02-27 05:18, David Nelson a écrit :
Hi, :-)

On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 18:12, Marc Paré<>  wrote:
If it is an ongoing request for funding, we should perhaps tie it in with
the LibreOffice-->  Get Involved -->  Donors section of the site. I like the
idea of having the Challenge site as it is very informative from the point
of view of informing donors of the reasons behind the idea of the request
for funds.

Should we add a link to it on the Get Involved -->  Donors page? Or did
you have something else in mind?

Everyone's thoughts on the matter?

David Nelson

I was further thinking, if this is going to be an ongoing request for funds, then we should remove any mention of the word Challenge, integrate the pages into the main site in order to remove the necessity of having to login to the challenge site.

We could run it as a Challenge till the end of March 21st and then integrate the pages?

I like the statement from Florian saying that the challenge at this point is to help in contributing to the first ever LibreOffice budget for the new Foundation with the funds going towards the costs of running "marketing, hardware, infrastructure, attending trade shows, initial financing of merchandising material and, or courese, developing new and exciting ideas."



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