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Re: [documentliberation-discuss] Improving the Document Liberation Project website

Hi David,

Thanks for your feedback -- I've incorporated those changes (and a Twitter link) to the front page here: http://www.documentliberation.org

Any other feedback welcome! If someone who has access to @docliberation can tweet about it ("We've revamped our front page..." or similar), I can retweet from @libreoffice as well to keep spreading the word.


On 30.05.2016 17:23, David Tardon wrote:

On Mon, May 23, 2016 at 04:58:07PM +0200, Mike Saunders wrote:
Here's an idea for a simplified version of the DLP front page, as discussed
with David. It takes the core info but makes it snappier and straight to the
point, directing readers at other pages if they want to explore further. All
feedback welcome -- if nobody has any objections I could put it online next

I like it, but I would make a few small corrections...

Many computer users today have digital content created years ago and stored
in old, outdated and proprietary file formats. Frequently, these old files

I would use "document formats" instead of "file formats", as that is
what we are primarily interested in (as opposed to audio, video, data
dumps from the Apollo program etc.)

Many well-known free and open source software applications use Document

I guess 5-6 can be called "many", but I would prefer to use "various" or
similar vague term. Note that there is also at least one closed source
application (a CorelDRAW viewer for OS X).

Join us: read more [about the Document Liberation Project], check out the
[list of projects] we're working on, and [contribute] code to existing

I think "or" should be used here instead of "and".

libraries (or create a new one).

I would prefer to change the last clause to something like "... or
learn how you can contribute to the effort." There are more ways to
contribute than by writing code.

I also think there should be a clause about social networks.


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