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[steering-discuss] Re: [libreoffice-website] Hassles and woes - and how to solve them


Hi Florian, Steering Commitee, world, :-)

Really great job, Florian. Blogging like [1] this brings home to
people the human side of the SC members (we used to think you were all
wizards sitting on a cloud in the sky, who could accomplish miracles
on first demand).

Blogging is also a great chance to set forth and explain the reasons
for many aspects of TDF policies and decisions, and for explaining
your thoughts and feelings in a place that is rather more sticky and
durable than a mailing list post.

It also makes the TDF blog a hot place to visit regularly for "inside"
news and views.

I would really encourage *other* members of the SC to also blog in the
same way: Charles, Michael, Thorsten, Italo, and all of you.

I really feel that it is one *important key* to good communications
and community cultivation.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this post, and would love to see blog
posts coming at the rate of about 3 a week... That would only be one
blog post per SC member every once in a while... Could be very
beneficial to community life?

2 cents. ;-)

[1] http://blog.documentfoundation.org/2011/01/22/hassles-and-woes-and-how-to-solve-them/

David Nelson

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