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From Juergen Schmidt <jogischm...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Apache OpenOffice 3.4 community campaign
Date Tue, 24 Apr 2012 14:36:50 GMT
On Tuesday, 24. April 2012 at 21:58, Rob Weir wrote:
> It is late for this idea, since we are probably only a week away from
> release AOO 3.4. But I think it is important to connect the dots on
> this. Is anyone willing to help with this over the next few days?
> 
> I'd like to have a page on the website to help enthusiastic OpenOffice
> users help us share the good news about Apache OpenOffice 3.4. It
> would enable the individual blogger, or even a user who is an active
> social networking user, to help spread the news about the AOO 3.4
> release.
> 
> As we know, enthusiasm is not always matched by time-to-spare,
> graphical skill, or deep knowledge about what is in the 3.4 release.
> So putting this kind of information together, in one place, where it
> is easy to consume and reuse, will be wonderful.
> 
> Ideally, the page would have the following kind of content:
> 
> 1) An AOO 3.4 "download" logo, that a blogger can use to link to
> download.openoffice.org. We have some proposed icons (from Drew)
> here:
> 
> https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/OOOUSERS/Logo+Proposals
> 
> Maybe we can agree on one of these and get some common sizes rendered.
> We probably need translations as well.
> 
> 2) A short description of what Apache OpenOffice 3.4 is, from
> perspective of a brand new user. A paragraph or two, with some screen
> shots. Something a blogger can reuse or adapt. Again, we'll need
> translations as well.
> 
> 3) A short description of what is new in Apache OpenOffice 3.4, from
> perspective of an existing OOo users. Again, screen shots, and
> translations. No one has time to do original research. Best to have
> the basic facts already written up and allow the blogger to reuse the
> information and add their own color commentary.
> 
> 4) Some interesting factoids about how AOO 3,4 was made. Maybe touch
> on the new hosting of extensions/templates, # of lines of code
> changed, the change to Apache license, etc. What are the "fun facts"?
> 
> 5) Any YouTube videos we want to link to?
> 
> 6) A contact where they can go for more information. Probably ooo-dev.
> 
> 7) Anything else?
> 
> Note that this is almost like a press kit or a reviewers guide, but
> targeting community supporters of AOO rather than accredited
> journalists. But a similar idea. Respect that they don't have time to
> dig this information out of a dozen places in our wiki. If we want it
> to happen, we need to make it easy for them.
> 
> So who's in with this? We don't have time to debate this for a week.
> But if 2 or 3 others are willing to help, starting today, on these
> items, then I think we can pull it off. Maybe get it all done, in
> English, targeting end of week, and then work on translations early
> next week?
> 
Hi Rob,

great idea and I will try my best to help but I have to travel back to Germany this week and
my time will be limited.
I will already have problems to  trigger the IPMC vote in time ;-) Ok hopefully no problem
here but I will definitely benefit from the outcome...

Juergen 


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