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Re: [steering-discuss] libreoffice.org e-mail accounts


Hi,

Von: Florian Effenberger <floeff@documentfoundation.org>


I never heard about it, and I doubt that it is even available for simple 
e-mail forwarders. We will not *store* user's e-mails, but rather 
*forward* them to their real account. So, at least mid-term, for the 
@libreoffice.org forwarding service, I doubt webfinger will be 
important. I we plan to have something like an hosted or cloud solution, 
it might get important later on. :-)

As long as we do not have the foundation in legal terms, we should be
very carefull in partnering with external parties when it comes
to storing data. German law is very strict when it comes to storing
private data (there has been some discussions that even storing
IP addresses might be considered as private date, as it can be used
to identify a person).

So - mail forwarding should be ok (there should be a written agreement,
that no traffice data gets stored or archived).

For all the rest we should wait until we have the foundation. Not
speaking on behalf of OOoDeV here, but I'd like to prevent this risk
for the association.


regards,

André

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