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Christoph Noack wrote on 2011-09-16 21:15:

But here is the question - Rainer originally stated that the link needs
to work until eternity. So maybe we will run into issues in a few years,
when we want newer LibO versions to go to wilst
older versions should report "please update first".

So, is there a chance to introduce something like ...

which forwards to  today, and maybe later
to another page asking for<insertreasonhere>? This would give us
maximum flexibility ... even for adding LibO version specific meta data
to the "stablelink".

Something to think about? Maybe even (im)possible?

thanks for this proposal. Indeed, that might make sense, and it could also help to pre-fill certain elements of the bug tracker already (like "Which version do you use?").

What I have in mind is to stick with, but to submit more details via POST or (preferably, because "nicer") GET requests. In case of plain HTML, this wouldn't harm, but in case of some script, it could read these values. We can even enhance the variables over time, just their names need to be the same.

What do you think?


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