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Le Tue, 10 Dec 2013 10:44:04 +0100,
Florian Effenberger <> a écrit :


Charles-H. Schulz wrote on 2013-12-10 10:14:
We could reuse the content of the latter one for a page on the TDF
website. By the way, Italo, if you feel there's a specific text or
words to have on this page, please let me know and I'll be happy to
integrate the text on the page.

maybe a better proposal that just popped to my mind:

I think we should get rid of the TDF page anyways, or at least redo
it (I know that's out of scope of your project, no worries). How
about putting the certification topic on the LibO website, in the
same structure, but have as a
redirector to the right URL, e.g.

As long as the TDF website is so outdated, I think it's better having 
good content on the shiny new site, even if it doesn't fit 100% 
branding-wise (LibO vs. TDF).

From my point of view, it does not create a problem at all. But I'm
wondering whether we would not be diminishing the visibility of TDF
even more by doing that? It's a question the probably goes beyond the
present discussion.

Charles-H. Schulz 
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