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Hello Thomas,

Le Thu, 07 Nov 2013 18:39:09 +0100,
Thomas Hackert <> a écrit :

Hello Charles, *,
On Donnerstag, 7. November 2013 17:04 Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
Le Thu, 7 Nov 2013 09:09:19 -0200,
"Daniel A. Rodriguez" <> a écrit
2013/11/7 Charles-H. Schulz
Le Thu, 7 Nov 2013 08:15:28 -0200,
"Daniel A. Rodriguez" <> a
écrit :
2013/11/7 Charles-H. Schulz
[feedback about the new to come homepage]
What about defining sections? As mentioned in another thread,
maybe we could have a main area, with translatable content,
surrounded by NL teams own info and advanced users section.

Let's try then :-) Below is a rough sketch.
[Proposal for the new website]
it already somehow, on our development top section)
--> link to a specific L10n Page (somewhat depends as well on us
creating a specific page explaining the process in a few words,
plus links to Pootle and )

Two links to Pootle (as it is behind the address ;?

yes, that's correct. In fact one goes to Pootle, the other one goes to . Another lists the native-lang
sites and another explains and/or points to the actual l10n process. 

- link to the wiki
- link to pads
- link to the public owncloud repo.

What about some kind of feed from the blogplanet, when devs/QAers 
blog about their work (or better say, some kind of "blogroll";) )? 
Or tweets/dents, other Free social network stuff?

See the homepage and yesterday's points from Sophie (in a nutshell:
yes, but directly from the homepage). 

- Events
So I thought about this section for a while. It does not exist
anywhere on the current website. In fact, there's nothing about
events anywhere but the wiki. That sucks, not just for us as for
any event organizers who would actually like to have this kind of
promotion anyway. Besides we leave contributors in the dark on
this topic, which is sad.

Would it be possible to add a calendar to the main site (like on below "News & Events")? Then we have it visible 
directly on our main page ... ;) And what about
It is not only available in the wiki ... ;) But you are right. I
think we should place it in a more visible place ... ;)

About the calendar, frankly: this stuff looks unclear. When's the next
event? What's the next three events we're participating to? If I need
more details, I'd just click on them. The calendar view blurrs the
message I think. 

- About
About section should explain in a few words what the LibreOffice
project is, how it started, plus the relation with the Document
Foundation . Also included should be the legal matters subsection
(licensing, source code, as well as German legal imprint), a few

Just out of interest: Would this mean, that you want to remove the 
footer of the page, as there is the imprint as well as the licensing 
information)? But I am not sure, what you mean with "source code" 
here ... :(

Not at all. Of course the footer might get a graphical refresh but in
itself the content of the footer SHOULD NOT change. 
As for the source code, we're talking about the source code of
LibreOffice, the software <source code>




I'm SURE I've forgotten something :-) Feedback welcome,

Not as far as I am concerned ... ;)
Thank you for your ideas

Charles-H. Schulz 
Co-founder, The Document Foundation,
Kurfürstendamm 188, 10707 Berlin
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