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Today, as part of looking at membership in the TDF, I found the PDF link is
broken on the Next Decade Manifesto page --   That Wiki
page is clearly marked Do Not Modify so I report it here.  However, in
trying to make a full report (suggesting a link) I discover that I can not
find the Next Decade Manifesto in any form on either the LibreOffice or TDF
websites... and I rooted around quite a bit.  

Perhaps the Manifesto has been deprecated but I dont think so.  At least I
hope not.  It is a big part of why I became a contributor last year and why
I have recently returned.  Personally, I think it should be available on
every page because it is that central.  Here is a shorter list of pages that
could use a reference the manifesto's set of four self-evident (therefore
powerful) reasons for TDF/LibreOffice with ideas about where to place the
link:  (part of self-intro in Welcome)  (Our Mission)  (Why a Foundation?)  (Tell the world you   share
our visions   )

For Next Decade page located in  --  --  with links from front page and
other About Us pages and the top of the Get Involved page.  

Not a large project - one static page (or link to Wiki) and 5-10 links for
each of the two sites TDF and LibO. 

Please bring the Next Decade Manifesto into more prominence.


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