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Brilliant!  I definitely like the sound of that as it solves all the issues 
there.  Good thinking :)  Can we do this?

Regards from
Tom :)




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From: Olivier Hallot <olivier.hallot@documentfoundation.org>
To: steering-discuss@documentfoundation.org
Sent: Fri, 14 January, 2011 19:21:10
Subject: Re: [steering-discuss] libreoffice.org e-mail accounts

Em 14-01-2011 16:16, Tom Davies escreveu:
OTOH if people use the email address "person@openoffice.org" then it gets the
name "OpenOffice" out there and being seen by a lot of people.  Free
advertising!


+1
For some people this is even a matter of pride, like wearing a t-shirt with a 
well known brand or message.

So, nickname@libreoffice.org

Leave the mail for TDF oficials as @documetnfoundation.org

Regards
-- Olivier Hallot
ComitĂȘ Executivo
The Document Foundation
Voicing the enterprise needs

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