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On 26/04/2011 07:08, David Nelson wrote:
Hi, :-)

On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 21:06, ol klaus-jürgen weghorn
<>  wrote:
Hello David, *,
I saw that you have put a link to Alfresco [1] to the top menu [2].

Is there any explanation on the wiki (or somewhere else) wherefor this is
planned to be?
Is it really necessary to have a link on the top menu?
If so, should we put a link on the website, too?

I'd say that since the Alfresco repo sits on a LibreOffice subdomain
and is a resource at the service of the entire project, it merits
being listed in the top menu of the wiki, alongside Pootle, Litmus,

I've updated some relevant pages with links to the new Alfresco and
Litmus resources at [1], [2] and [3].


Thanks to remove Litmus and ask the team in charge with the tool when the information is relevant to be access. For the moment, it is not. Also, please remove Alfresco as a localization tool, we will only loose a lot of resources with 10n people using it for localization. Next time ask the relevant team before adding information that may confuse the new comers wishing to participate to this team.

Thanks in advance
Kind regards

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