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Le 06/03/13 11:27 PM, a écrit :

           Priority: medium
             Bug ID: 61937
            Summary: get-help/installation: Add installation pages to the
                     checklist of pages-to-update-before-release
           Severity: normal
     Classification: Unclassified
                 OS: All
           Hardware: Other
             Status: UNCONFIRMED
            Version: unspecified
          Component: WWW
            Product: LibreOffice

This bug is the long-term counterpart of bug 61936.

After the installation instructions on the website are updated for
currently-shipping releases (3.6 and 4.0), we need to add a mechanism to ensure
that these pages are updated for each new release of LibreOffice.

The individual pages are:

Given that we might add additional OSes in the future (Android, iOS, etc..), we
should add this url to the list as well:

If we don't currently have a Release checklist of this nature, we should create
one on the wiki and link to it from our documentation on how to release a build
of LibreOffice (which may live under

This bug is now closed. The item has been added to a list that is being worked on by some of the marketing team members. It is still very much a work-in-progress, but will be ready soon.


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