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OTOH if people use the email address "" then it gets the 
name "OpenOffice" out there and being seen by a lot of people.  Free 

Yes, i think the problems that can be caused by people mis-representing the 
organisation can be costly but then a lot of people have "person@gmail" or 
"" or similar and no-one assumes they represent those 

Regards from
Tom :)

From: Volker Merschmann <>
Sent: Fri, 14 January, 2011 17:49:58
Subject: Re: [steering-discuss] e-mail accounts

Hi Charles, *,

2011/1/14 Charles-H. Schulz <>:
Le Fri, 14 Jan 2011 18:33:26 +0100,
Volker Merschmann <> a écrit :
For the rest: I do not like any of the offered domain names, they all
are too long. I would like to see for the

@Florian: What "irritating issues" do you mean?

I think he means that anyone logging on to automatically
had a default and that some people started to use that
alias while they were neither speaking on behalf of the project nor
even regular contributors. And since there was no real membership
management you could spend years away from the project and still
using And I think that the marketing project of OOo had
quite a lot of work to "discipline" people, yet there was no effective
control because addresses were essentially given to anyone.

So that's what we would want to avoid, but there's a fine line between
avoiding this and rebuking actual contributors.

I understand now what has been meant. But I think this is prohibited
by that what I read about membership in the bylaws.


++ Volker Merschmann - ODF-Software Contributor

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