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Le 2011-06-03 11:35, Christoph Noack a écrit :
Hi Marc, all!

Am Freitag, den 03.06.2011, 10:00 -0400 schrieb Marc Paré:
If possible, would it be possible to see an example of another
menu window on the left hand side of the OS version or we could go to
something like this[1] on the Adobe site. I have made a mockup of my
suggestion[2] with all of the other points incorporated in the image.

Yes, the page is a bit crowded now ... and I'd like to bring up a
proposal made a few days ago:

More or less...

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
  >  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
  >  lookups.


Hi Christoph

Could we not have the adopt-o-meter be the download buttons? Or is this what was proposed?



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