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Hi all,

sorry to step in sooo late, but one remark (and nothing more).

Am Donnerstag, den 02.06.2011, 22:15 +0200 schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
Thanks for making this come true!

Ah, I just did upload it to the site and did create small additions to
the css - I have to thank you and those people who did actually design
and create the logo :-) 

The conference date and location stuff looks a bit mixed:
      * Logo: Paris 2011 \n Conference \n 12th-15th October
      * Header: October 12-15 - Paris, France
      * Title: Paris, France \n October 12-15, 2011

Proposal 1:
      * Logo: (keep it)
      * Header: Paris, France \n 12th-15th October, 2011
      * Title: Paris, France \n 12th-15th October, 2011

Proposal 2: Do we _really_ need the same information two times in the
header (logo and header text)? To me, it would be better to just keep
the logo and remove the header text. Or, how about "Official LibreOffice

Proposal 3: There is no way back to the official LibreOffice page - how
about using the first appearance of LibreOffice to link to the official
page? ("The first annual <LibreOffice> project's ...")

Could somebody pick that up - maybe you, Christian? Thanks in advance!


PS: Great logo, great page! You guys rock!!!

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