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Hi David, Nino, *,

Am Donnerstag, 20. Januar 2011, 17:18:09 schrieb David Nelson:
Hi, :-)

On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 23:20, Nino Novak <> wrote:
1) Is there any integration (planned?) with odfauthors or is it just
about a new and different place to produce documentation (specific for
libreoffice maybe)?

IMHO, it is in the best interests of LibreOffice project for the
LibreOffice documentation project to have its own workflow, expertise
and policies for LibreOffice documentation.

That's not correct. There is currently a workflow activated that equates the last 
workflow of But it is posible to change this workflow for the whole 
site (if the author teams agree) or for only one part (e.g. the LibreOffice part). 
Thus I think the workflow should not be the reason to have a special platform.

However, I proactively asked Jean Weber ( to be part of
the Alfresco site and the LibreOffice documentation team. I invited
her to have an admin account on the Alfresco site, and actually gave
her one despite her only-lukewarm interest, to encourage her close

But she is very taken up with odfauthors, and does not seem want any
close involvement in the LibreOffice documentation team. I even
suggested to her to take team leadership of the LibreOffice docs team
two times in the past. But she's very much occupied with odfauthors.

But if both documentation teams (partial the same people) work in the same 
environment together, it would be posible to learn from each other.

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