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Hi Charles,

We need to get the Paris Conference a permanent mention on our
homepage... asap. Anybody has an idea? I can try to come up with a
proposal but I suck at drawing...


Charles-H. Schulz

I've been having a think about this, and I see 3 easy possibilities:

1) We use the top bar (where we used to have the banner for the
Challenge site, and we put 2 buttons, one linking to the Conference
site, and one linking to the Challenge site.

2) As an alternative to 1) above, we insert a 2-column table above the
TDF Blog and Twitter widgets, and below the existing 5 links, and put
in two short texts publicizing the 2 sites.

For both of the above, we need 2 smallish buttons. For the Conference
site, we can use a re-size of the Paris Conference 2011 button in the
Conference site. For the Challenge site, we can use something based on
the little piggy in a set of the challenge banners produced when the
challenge was starting up. If those 2 buttons are OK for you all, I
can do the re-working with Photoshop and produce the needed buttons

3) In any case, sometime back, I suggested rolling out a dedicated
news section on That idea slipped into forgotten-ness
after it got a somewhat guarded reception at the time. I'd suggest
again rolling out that News section, where we could give a lot more
room to initiatives such as these, on the LibreOffice site rather than
the TDF site, which seems more logical to me

What do people think?

David Nelson

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