On 10/31/11 1:44 PM, Florian Effenberger wrote:
Ken Springer wrote on 2011-10-31 17:28:
I won't go into details here, I suspect such a discussion probably
should be on the website list and/or done privately in a design discussion.
I will say this... If I had contracted the programmers of LO's website
for an easy to use website, the only way I would pay anything for what
*I* see on the site, is if the payment was court ordered.
I wish I felt differently about the site. :-(
well, I agree that the TDF website itself is a bit out of date and needs
work, no doubt. Especially the mailing lists are somehow buried in other
content. The LibO sites, however, look much better to me and also
reference to the mailing lists.
About generally getting in contact with TDF, I think that's easy:
www.documentfoundation.org -> Contact -> click on one of the mail addresses
This site I didn't know existed! I wonder if the same is true for
Jean-Paul. Quite often, in the different mailing lists, you will see
The Document Foundation mentioned in a message.
I have always gone here, http://www.libreoffice.org/, to get information
about LO. And of course, at the top of the pages, the The Document
Foundation is listed directly below Libre Office. Try to find a link to
The Document Foundation here. :-)
It was the libreoffice.org pages that my negative comments were about,
not The Document Foundation pages you mentioned.
Any valueable feedback is welcome, of course. Regarding the TDF website,
I indeed plan on calling the website mailing list soon to rework the
I've only spent a few minutes on the TDF site, now, initial reaction is,
very nice. Although I may have found something not quite right. But,
that's for another thread/day. :-)
The LibreOffice site should be as well done.
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