Re: [board-discuss] Official Blog LibreOffice Brazil
Thanks for your return and support.
Maybe I was not very clear in my e-mail request. We are prepared to
paying this bill. Tell us only the way.
Eliane Domingos de Sousa
Brazilian LibreOffice Community
Em 12-09-2012 09:44, Florian Effenberger escreveu:
Eliane Domingos de Sousa wrote on 2012-09-11 20:21:
I would like to submit my request for your appreciation.
I would like to have for the Brazilian LibreOffice Community and
users/fans of LIBO an official blog in the structure of TDF using the
sub-domain pt-br.libreoffice.org. I had some informations about this
possibility and it's possible, however there are costs involved per year
in a total of 73 USD.
Today we're using an unofficial blog, translating the posts of TDF blog
for Portuguese, but I'm not confortable to use this structure. Actually,
I think it's not right to work out of structure of TDF.
Do you see any problem about this?
thanks for proposing this, Eliane!
My mid-term plan is to host WordPress on our own, which then would
scale much better and we could easily set up various languages. For
the moment, however, the migration to our new platform has priority,
wso I won't be able to touch this. I expect to be not ready before 2
months of time or so.
Therefore, since Brazil is very active, I would support your request.
If we can solve the problem with some small amount of money, that's
better than binding admin's time that's desperately needed elsewhere
right now. I just want to note that this is no precedence for others -
if tomorrow, 20 others projects would ask, spending 20*70 USD surely
is not economic anymore. :-)
So: +1 to your request from my side.
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