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Hi Drew and Craig:

Le 2011-05-15 22:33, C. Olofson a écrit :
On 05/15/2011 06:44 PM, drew wrote:
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?
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

I would also vote on not including BSD at this time as we have not as yet had anyone from the dev list comment re: dev support of BSD nor do we have anyone from the community who have come back to the list to say that they are using it. As for the claim of "other systems", I find this too vague -- we should not put this on the pamphlet.

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
LibreOffice maybe).

I also agree with starting this with "LibreOffice has no license fees ...". If fits the pattern.

The scatter looks great on the pamphlet. Thanks for the work.



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