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Re: [documentliberation-discuss] How to effectively promote DLP?

On 22/11/2016 11:37, Bastián Díaz wrote:

I was thinking of a repository by document format, so every interested
developer can clone the repository of interest without downloading all
the content. The first available repository is for Softmaker Office

Good work, thanks -- I've added a new section to the Projects page of the site, with the link:


From my point of view it is a basic set of sample documents, but it will
increase based on more combinations or requests from developers. During
the week in my spare time I will create more repositories and upload the
documents in an orderly way.

Great -- when you've set up a few more repos I'll add them to the list, and then make some noise on social media, encouraging others to create repos for additional file formats.


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[documentliberation-discuss] How to effectively promote DLP?Bastián Díaz <diazbastian@openmailbox.org>
Re: [documentliberation-discuss] How to effectively promote DLP?Mike Saunders <mike.saunders@documentfoundation.org>
Re: [documentliberation-discuss] How to effectively promote DLP?Bastián Díaz <diazbastian@openmailbox.org>
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