Hi Marco, *,
On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Marco Menardi <email@example.com> wrote:
On 27/02/2013 20:00, Sophie Gautier wrote:
So all people that, like me, believe in Free Software and LibreOffice do
deserve a site that has no Apple on it, and need it *urgently*, don't
I agree with you of course and I would help the website team myself if I
have not so much on my table for Libo currently, believe me. But I'm
sure they have understand your message.
I do not agree that action is so urgent. Most people just don't care
what monitor is displayed. All-in-ones are more and more common, so
not everyone sees a Mac in everything.
But they are still doing nothing about it!!! Is just a matter of removing
the iMacs (very easy), use the eraser like I did (easy), and, even better,
move that page to www.libreoffice.org/testpage !!!!!!
Providing updated graphics would be much easier than all this talk.
Give me ftp account (or whatever is needed) to the site and I will do it
You don't need any account to create updated images.
So while this is a legitimate request, it is blown out of proportion
in my opinion. Lenovo, Asus, etc. make All-in-ones with similar look
(i.e. screen with black bezel around, and a silver/light grey bottom
part below the screen).
So again: The fastes way to get this solved is to provide updated images.
As the list strips attachments, upload revised images somewhere and post a link.
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