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[tdf-discuss] wiki edit: suggesting further edit, requesting approval
- Subject: [tdf-discuss] wiki edit: suggesting further edit, requesting approval
- From: Terrence Enger <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2011 16:19:29 -0400
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have just edited the wiki page "How to build LibreOffice"
to say that ccache is enabled by default if found.
The edit which removed that information (because it was not
true at the time)
also removed instructions about the Mac. As I know nothing
about the Mac, I have said nothing about it. Perhaps
somebody with the appropriate knowlege would care to think
about whether the instructions should go back into the page?
This is my first edit to the LibreOffice wiki. Should I
generally expect missteps to be noticed quickly? Or should
I tell people (here?) when I have done something?
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