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Hi, Florian!

Am 11.06.2011 14:38, schrieb Florian Effenberger:

at the moment, the information on our mailing lists is rather
distributed. The "master" lists, i.e. those with all data inside,
are on and

Both pages are really well hidden. On the LibreOffice pages, a few
lists are mentioned,

My proposal would be: 1. Remove the mailing lists from the wiki. 2.
At the TDF website, *only* list the TDF-relevant lists, i.e.
everything with 3. Create a master listing
of all LibreOffice-related lists at, including the
localized ones.

For NL-visitors it's easier to find only NL-relevant ML-entrys in the
list than searching the complete List for the right entries.

So the smarter way would be to have different master files for each NL
and the TDF-list. These could be combined in the right order to an
complete list on But they could also be single
included on the NL-sites.

From the Wiki it's then useful to link to *

How to implement this into the CMS perhaps somebody else could say better.

4. Point from the TDF website to the LibO list wbesite. 5.
Vice-versa, point from the LibO list website to the TDF website.

That way, we

1. maintain TDF-related lists solely on the TDF website 2. maintain
LibO-related lists solely on the LibO website 3. each page can be
reached within a click from the other

What do you think? Anyone who wants to work on that?

These advantages remain but additional it's easier to find relevant
information on the fly.


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