Simple request for the LibreOffice download page. It is not truly intuitive what "Fresh" and "Still" mean with regard to which version an end-user should download. Not at all clear, really. But what is worse - the respective download pages do not in any way describe what the difference is! The release notes similarly do not specifically identify what the difference is. *I* know what the difference is, but I actually had to poke around in the community site to eventually learn the difference ("Fresh" is _fairly_ clear, but "Still"? Not at all. "Stable" is immediately understandable).
I would really recommend simply adding the following (or similar words) to each download page:
"Fresh" is our latest release which may contain new features (and possibly some bugs). "Still" is our current stable release, good for all users.
Thanks for your time!
(In reply to firstname.lastname@example.org from comment #0)
> I would really recommend simply adding the following (or similar words) to
> each download page:
> "Fresh" is our latest release which may contain new features (and possibly
> some bugs). "Still" is our current stable release, good for all users.
I agree. Looks reasonable.
Please see the ongoing work happening for this on our RedMine tracker #
Since a few months Bugzill IS NOT USED for anything not directly related to LibreOffice code.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 62592 ***
Sorry, the tracker issue on RedMine is: #793
Sure, and it is an issue in the LibreOffice Marketing project. Here is a link: https://redmine.documentfoundation.org/issues/793
Okay, well, it would probably be helpful if there were a simple 'contact webmaster' link somewhere on the libreoffice pages, so that an end-user wouldn't make this mistake. Sorry for the inappropriate use of bugzilla. I could find no other mechanism for bringing this to the site's attention.
Don't worry, the important thing is that your point came across. I agree that the website could do a better job explaining that this is reserved for bugs in the product and does not handle infrastructure issues.