On 05/15/2011 06:44 PM, drew wrote:
I would say that consistency trumps platforms, for now. Consider
removing the *BSD reference until it's reflected community-wide. All of
this is highly subjective and, I can't see this as a major thing but,
KISS (keep it simple silly). Stick to the three predominate platforms
in all of our literature until we've built a bigger community consensus
On Sun, 2011-05-15 at 21:11 -0400, drew wrote:
Uploaded, to the wiki, the updated Tri-Fold brochure
Comments, more suggestions welcomed.
and - forgot to mention this here (did on the mktg list)
For BSD what I did was to add a secondary line for platforms on the
interior listing. (1st column page 2)
For the front panel I stayed with the three platforms listed on the
download page at libo/tdf sites.
Does that seem reasonable?
By the way, I appreciate the 'GNU' in 'GNU/Linux'. ;-)
As far as the rest; on the center column, internal page:
There are no license fees, and thus no
administrative burden is necessary.
Install LibreOffice as often and
wherever you want.
You should look at re-writing this to fit the rest in the list: start
the sentence with 'LibreOffice' (and look at bolding all instance of
This really smacks of a professional-yet-living document. There's more
I could comment on but, I have to hold off until later. Regardless,
this represents the product & community really well.
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