As much as I support and share the need of a public discussion/process on
this (and the subgroup should have worked on integrating suggestions
received, see Italo's recent email), I should also add that Bugzilla is the
least correct tool to put this through.
This is not a technical issue, but more a direction and strategy one and
not only technical (coding) people should be involved.
As such, I would remark yet again to please stick with board-discuss as a
public way to discuss the MarCom Plan bits and pieces.
Thanks for your inputs and for your your contributions to the project
Il 23 set 2020 11:54, "kainz.a" <email@example.com> ha scritto:
Am Mi., 23. Sept. 2020 um 11:50 Uhr schrieb kainz.a <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
a) LibreOffice 7.0/7.1 marketing plan
Status: Paolo, Franklin, Michael, Thorsten, Mike, Italo continue
working on this, Follow-on meeting was done, information/what is
uncontroversial and could be decided to be done now
I didn't see any process in the past weeks/months on this topic.
There is a bug report, mailing list and a redmine issue,
no process or discussion was done in the last weeks.
Please start to focus all feedback from summer
and start the discussion on BZ or any public place again
to find a solution with the support of as many people as possible.
On each tiny change on LibreOffice we fill bug reports
and wait for feedback and approval and for this big topic
I miss a global decision. In redmine only a final pdf was linked.
That's not how LibO development works.
Consolidate the decision in BZ, where all other decisions were discussed.
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