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Re: [libreoffice-website] Ask LibreOffice site: short explanation for why registration is required?


On 09/20/2017 05:43 AM, Mike Saunders wrote:
Hello,

We get lots of questions about LibreOffice on our social media channels,
and I usually point people in the direction of Ask LibreOffice. However,
sometimes I get replies from people complaining that they have to
register for yet another service.

On this page (when logged out):

https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/account/signin/?next=/en/questions/ask/

Underneath "Please click any of the icons below to sign in", could we
add a short line of text like so:

"(Registration is required as a spam protection measure.)"

Or something like that. What do you think?

I have seen this type of explanation text before, on other sites. I do not remember what these texts exactly stated, but they used the registration to fight "spam" and "robo systems".

I remember a few years ago accessing a "help site" that did not have registration. That site more spam than help.



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[libreoffice-website] Ask LibreOffice site: short explanation for why registration is required?Mike Saunders <mike.saunders@documentfoundation.org>
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