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Re: [steering-discuss] paid Doodle account


Preferring to support other OpenSource projects is a good aim but 22 € is easier 
to pay if that covers all of us and all the lists to get it sorted fast.  It 
does mean continuing to use existing systems that people are now familiar with 
which is an advantage.  Generally i would say we should try to use OpenSource 
but in this case perhaps we can use the easiest thing and review it in a years 
time?

Regards from
Tom :)






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From: Florian Effenberger <floeff@documentfoundation.org>
To: steering-discuss@documentfoundation.org
Sent: Fri, 21 January, 2011 19:27:43
Subject: Re: [steering-discuss] paid Doodle account

Hi,

Andreas Mantke wrote on 2011-01-21 20.14:
I don't think, we should spent the money on this.
What did you think about this tool?:
http://gpl.univ-avignon.fr/rdvz/
We can host this on our own resource.

I think installing it costs more time than 22 € are worth. :-) However, if 
someone volunteers, I'm happy to wait for it.

Florian

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