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Re: [steering-discuss] Re: User Groups in each country approved LibreOffice


Hi Daniel, Bernhard, all,
On 25/04/2011 02:43, Bernhard Dippold wrote:
Hi Daniel, SC members,

I just want to show you what already has been discussed on this topic.
See two links below...

Daniel Gonzalez schrieb:
On 04/12/2011 08:02 AM, Daniel Gonzalez wrote:
Hi all

I wonder if there are any process to validate a LUG or TDF Group
LibreOffice users in a given country.

Venezuela is being born in a group of users after Flisol LibreOffice
Caracas and one of the questions that we asked is whether the stand we
had and the group that was building had approval by TDF. So far there
hispanic community encompassing all Spanish-speaking countries but I
think it is necessary to jump to something more localized due to local
activities that may be generated in each country.

Saying?

Greetings

Hi Guys

Sorry to insist on this thread, but I think it is very important to the
community in general LibreOffice

The intention is to have your support for the creation of user groups in
each country the intention is as follows.[...]

I hope they give me their opinions to make progress on this issue.

Greetings.

There are two threads about creating an official logo for a local team in Venezuela on the design@LibO list:

Here are the starting mails of these threads:
<http://go.mail-archive.com/_Cr8tEWfxl-nFFMByPoYBLpTwGQ=>
<http://go.mail-archive.com/_kfDTmWMFBOVLNA5vrH5G907DzI=>

I tried to describe the difference between local marketing teams and general language based teams for user support and all the other activities in my replies to these threads.

Drew is working on a similar topic for the North American team (he just mentioned this in his last mail in the second thread from above).

I hope these links give a bit more background information without taking too much time for you!

Sorry for the late reply, and thanks a lot for the links and the details you both provide on this. I already gave my opinion on this topic to Daniel and Daniel, so they know that I'm all for their action. I'm the one battling the most I think for the language groups to be the only official representation in the project, but I completely understand the needs for local marketing and support. So of course, I support the creation of the material you're designing and also really appreciate your work on this. As I tell you, there is already various associations existing in different countries that support local actions, more or less officially representing LibreOffice. I would like that we have a more clear and defined affiliation and support between these associations and the TDF, but I didn't get the time to think enough about it yet. In any way, if you want to set such associations in Venezuela or Argentina, I don't see any issue.

Kind regards
Sophie
speaking as a Steering Committee member here


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