tifies its existence on functionality alone. I
think the challenge is to get the ethics message across without its being seen
as a "bolt on" to increase its appeal further.
From: Roland Hummel
Sent: 15 April 2019 21:47
To: Nigel Ve
I've just looked at that video again for the first time in quite a while. I
have to say there is nothing in it that is not valid today and not a lot of
information that ought to be added. The only fundamental change is the
availability of the new user interface features in the
Onyeibo highlights an important issue which I'm sure might never have occurred
to many of us, whether in the context of LO or anything else. There are many
countries around the world where the "nation" does not define the lowest level
of cultural or linguistic sub-division. Even in Europe there
There is the "About LibreOffice" item at the bottom of the "Help" menu, but
that doesn't elaborate on the fact that LO is open source without following a
link to the website.
An "About" item is pretty much standard on many applications - both open source
and proprietary. My guess
When I first saw this issue this morning, my initial reaction was to agree that
perhaps a request for donations appearing within the application is
inappropriate but, on reconsideration, I've changed my mind.
Whenever I have been promoting the use of LO, the advantages of its open source
It strikes me that the "personas" are the fundamental step. If you don't who
you are targeting then all the other outreach techniques are directionless and,
therefore, pretty much useless.
I've often read blogs and other articles describing people's attempts to
convert users from
From: Drew Jensen
Sent: 24 November 2018 16:52
Cc: mike.saund...@documentfoundation.org; Tdf Marketing
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Infographic 'Changing Face of LibreOffice'.
I will reply in line.
On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 9:56 AM Nigel Verity
With the notebookbar coming out of experimental I'm assuming it will be
selected from the "User Interface" item on the "View" menu, as now when the
user permits experimental features.
This gives 9 options, of which 6 relate to an MS Office type of menu system. I
can't help thinking this
I am a newcomer to the LibreOffice marketing group so, first, greetings to
Now that the Notebook bar is no longer going to be an experimental feature
perhaps the question of the default setting needs to be addressed.
When encouraging somebody to migrate from MS Office, if the
I have just registered with the marketing group, so I thought I'd introduce
I am Nigel Verity from Shropshire, England but called "Nige" by everybody. I've
done a few HPR episodes under the alias of "Beeza".
I've worked in a variety of fields including diplomacy
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