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Le 2011-01-02 18:00, Italo Vignoli a écrit :
On 1/2/11 8:20 PM, Marc Paré wrote:

Sorry, I was just taking it from the viewpoint of a native N.American
view. It just seems to hold more value if it comes from a local
person/group than overseas. But yes, if we are talking of this on an
international scale, 2 week schedule would be possible. We would
however, have to try to get more local releases as much as possible for
the purposes of marketing to a US consumer who has very little
experience with LibreOffice. If these people are made aware of native
users in marketing releases, then it will be adopted more quickly and

Marc, we are on the same track. Let's start with one good global news
story every two weeks, and we will learn how to find a good local news
story every two weeks. I will try to help you providing some help about
news finding and writing (at least, a couple of short papers to read).

Thanks Italo.

This will help out quite a bit. We will have to make the setting up of a blogging network one of our priorities in the US. We may need a bit of hand-holding at first. There should be a lot of great American resources out there. We just need to sign them on as members.



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