On 26/05/2020 16:55, Daniel Armando Rodriguez wrote:
El 2020-05-26 09:10, Paolo Vecchi escribió:That's a very good proposal Heiko. Just some amendments: 1.1 (I guess only a few will answer LibreOffice Online as AFAIK isn't that easy to build) Maybe we should also add Collabora Code and Collabora Online? I have several instances with Collabora Code as at present it's the only available on platforms like Univention. Maybe the following sounds better? 2 2 Should enterprises (and even individuals) be able to deploy their own LibreOffice Online to have a self-hosted/cloud based collaborative office suite?Indeed4 I think lately Richard Stallman has been involved in controversial stuff. Maybe it's safer to use Linus Torvalds to avoid comments?Why not just saying a 'tech guru'.
Also that could be a good option but it would be cool if Linus actually comes along to give his feedback ticking that box :-)
We could also add the following questions to see if individuals would sponsor the project and business users want/need paid for support services? 6 As individual users would you like to make a donation to TDF specifically to support the development of LibreOffice Online? 7 As a business user would you prefer to use the paid for versions of LibreOffice Online delivered and supported by partner organisations? Ciao Paolo On 26/05/2020 14:43, Heiko Tietze wrote:Thanks for the input. The draft for a survey is on Nextcloud https://nextcloud.documentfoundation.org/s/ZCX4wrx3wipr5mQ Framing the questionnaire as input for future development we might get a feeling what percentage of users is interested in LOOL. And hopefully some have experienced success or failed and can reply what's needed for a one-click installation. Cheers, Heiko
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