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From "Marcus (OOo)" <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] End-of-Life for 3.3.0
Date Thu, 31 Oct 2013 23:44:15 GMT
Am 10/31/2013 11:35 PM, schrieb Rob Weir:
> On Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 6:09 PM, Andrea Pescetti<>  wrote:
>> On 29/10/2013 Rob Weir wrote:
>>> And here is a draft of the landing page we'd send users to who have an
>>> older version of OOo if there is not an AOO version in their language:
>> This will be very useful to attract volunteers. A few questions/remarks:
>> 1) Can we avoid that all languages are notified at the same time? For
>> example, Danish and another language have been at 100% for about one month
>> and I hope we can release them in November. While Arabic is a language where
>> we can use more volunteers right now.
> We can control it.  But we have Arabic in 3.4.1 so they would not get
> this notification.   But there are around 11 other languages that had
> full releases in 3.3.0 that are not supported in 4.0.1.   There are
> more that were only supported via langpack's in 3.3.0, but our update
> notifications are only for full version updates.
>> 2) Can the title be changed so that it doesn't look an obituary to
>> non-native speakers? Like "Please upgrade to OpenOffice 4.0.1 - or help
>> translating it into your language". Or anything that cannot be understood as
>> "OpenOffice is dead".
> "End of Life" is a common industry term, but it is fine to make the
> title more friendly.

Right, EOL is an widely used and understood term. Therefore we should 
not change things that we believe that could be misunderstood by a few 
people. Up to today I don't know of a single case were this led to a 

So, I don't see a real need to change the title as it is clear that not 
the software is meant in general but a special part of it only.


>> 3) Link to the l10n list must be fixed (last line).
> Yes.
>> Regards,
>>    Andrea.

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