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Am 31.05.2011 21:04, schrieb Friedrich Strohmaier:
Hi Christian, *,

Christian Lohmaier schrieb:
2011/5/31 Takashi Nakamoto<>:


How can we deal with two versions, namely 3.3.x and 3.4.x, in the
download page?

Not sure, as we didn't have that situation.

I think we should have two separate pages for those two versions.

If everyone agrees to this, then I'll add it that way.

Hmm, having two places for download for me doesn't appear beeing an
ideal solution.

People might come over several ways to "download" and not having the
joice in *one* place they might catch the "wrong" one.

So my vote:
*One* download page.


The design team plan to have a "adopt-o-meter" to give the user the possibility to decide wich version is the right:

Also Christoph mentioned on the design-list [2]:

Am 23.05.2011 15:49, schrieb Christoph Noack:
> Mmh, the adopt-o-meter shows it nicely (which is good), but the
> decision
> itself has to be done by the user (how to select the desired LibO
> version, where do I find it, ...).
> Can this be somehow aligned with the download selector on the website?
> Something like:
>        * "Official Release, for home and office use" -->  default
>        * "Highly stable, for corporate use"
>        * "Newest Features, for early adopters"
> So, the users may decide - but don't need to. And the decision to go > for
> (e.g.) stability is directly tied to a certain version - no additional
> lookups.

[2] The whole mail:


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