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Subject [CONF] Apache OpenOffice Community > Apache OpenOffice Social Promotion Kit
Date Tue, 08 May 2012 15:14:00 GMT
Space: Apache OpenOffice Community (
Page: Apache OpenOffice Social Promotion Kit (

Edited by Rob Weir:
h2. Introduction

The following information is for use by project members and community supporters who wish
to help promote the launch of Apache OpenOffice 3.4.  It includes information on
the release, in text and graphical form and information about the project in general. 
For questions not covered here, the reader is directed to the ooo-marketing mailing list.

h2. Release Announcement

The official release announcement for the Apache OpenOffice 3.4 release can be found [here|].  

Translations are also available in the following languages:
* [German|]
* \[TODO\]

h2. Media Coverage

* Heise \-\- [OpenOffice meldet sich zurück|]
*  IT World \-\- [Apache OpenOffice 3.4 release marks new milestone|]

h2. Blog posts

The following blog posts from project and community members cover the release of Apache OpenOffice
3.4.   Please feel free to add your own post to the list.
# [Is an Apache project yet? (Apache OpenOffice release imminent)|]
# [Apache OpenOffice turns to SourceForge for Distribution|]
# [Announcing Apache OpenOffice 3.4\!|] (with video
# [\+1 for Apache OpenOffice|]

h2. Fun Facts

* Since the Apache OpenOffice project started at Apache, we have exchanged 18,090 posts on
our mailing lists
* We have voted in 25 new project Committers since we started
* We fixed 291 issues while working on OpenOffice 3.4

h2. "Get it here\!" Download Button

We are encouraging the use of the following logo, for use on blogs and websites that wish
to direct users to the official download of Apache OpenOffice 3.4.  When used on
a website the image must link back to [|].
Any other use is prohibited.


h3. How to use

# Download the logo to your local file system.  In most browsers you can right-click
and there will be an image "save as..." option
# Upload the image to your web server or blog.  Instructions for doing this depend
on your system.  
# Add the following markup to your page:

<a href=""><img src=""
width="300", height="100" alt="Apache OpenOffice: Get it here\!"></a>

The sizes of the image can be adjusted proportionately to make it fit in a smaller space.&nbsp;
For example, this site uses it reduced by 20%, e..g, width="240" height="80":&nbsp; []

Some hints for specific platforms:
* On WordPress the above markup can be pasted into a "text" widget and placed into a side

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