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I'm unwilling to accept the proposal as it is formulated.


On 13/01/2021 16:28, Florian Effenberger wrote:

as discussed in the previous board call, there are some pending
decisions to be made wrt. the temporary LibreOffice Online freeze.
Here's a set of VOTES (for the board) based on the previous
discussions. You may vote on each item individually, or in bulk.

For DISCUSSIONS around this (for anyone), please open a separate
DISCUSS thread.

1. Ask the marketing project to make a proposal to revamp the
LibreOffice Online website
( to reflect
the status quo

2. Ask the team to keep an eye on BugZilla, and freeze/make read-only
the BugZilla component for LibreOffice Online, should that be
necessary (to avoid new bugs being filed, but do not delete existing

3. Point the OpenGrok repository to the mirrored Collabora Online
repository, for the time being, as long as the development is not
happening at TDF

4. Adapt the Dashboard for the Online repository and freeze
contributions in the state immediately preceding the fork

5. Ask the team to remove the Online section from the release notes in
the wiki


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