in Italian Libre lists we have also discussed the hypothesis to add a
quick "release plan" link
also in the LibreOffice Download page
into the second level horizontal menu (lighter green).
This is because we think many people look there for it and they couldn't
find it, at the moment!!!
The current sole place is, again, to hard to find and too hidden too.
We all think that an interesting, well and wastefully known release plan
- anticipate a software suite adoption and convince doubting people
because they know that in the (hopefully near) future they also have new
important features for they business and/or activities;
- to wide people participating in evolving the suite itself for their
own interest by:
-- enthusiastic bug signaling;
-- helping in bug fixing, testing, QAing;
-- joining many more Communities;
-- sharing new (their) knowledge, experiences and use cases;
-- and so on.
On the contrary if you don't say anything about future, you could
remaining dubious, at least.
Personally, for example, I don't kwow if Python (controlled by The
Python Foundation) has a chance to substitute Java (controlled by Oracle
It's again our opinion.
What do you think about it?
Have a nice evening,
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