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Hi Florian, hi Christian!

Thanks for the progress in this thread ... just a few additional
questions / comments.

Am Donnerstag, den 06.10.2011, 14:10 +0200 schrieb Florian Effenberger:
Hi Christian,

Christian Lohmaier wrote on 2011-09-26 01:12:
as many are german, I share what I immeadiately thought of:

an english equivalent that has the additional benefit of being shorter
would be "hub"

so I'd propose<type>[?paramenters]

Two comments:
      * It should be possible to have more than one link from within
        LibreOffice -> e.g. extensions, templates, bugs, feedback,
        ordering coffee, ...
      * The maintenance effort should be low - I don't know if the
        current idea means to manually add redirects for each published
      * It should also work for "derivatives" or non-TDF builds. Working
        means that we should be able to guide the user to a page that
        explains why its not working / what's the alternative.

indeed, you raise very valid points here, and I am in favor of your 
solution - thanks for bringing this up!

Would "hub" be a name acceptable for everyone? Alternatively, we can 
also use the more technical term of "redirect", in case we want to 
reserve the name "hub" for some future items.

Yes, redirect is fine for me ... personally, I never heard "hub" for
that (might just disclose my non-knowledge *g*). But I know what
"redirect" means and I'm sure we won't need that sub-domain name for
other user related stuff. My original proposal was something like
"stablelink..." / "staticlinks".

Again, thank you all for shaping that :-)


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