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Hi Cor,

I'm sorry to say it in public but I'm honestly appalled by your comment which shows your insensitivity to the matter that is being discussed and is providing an example of how disinformation works.

On 17/01/2022 23:32, Cor Nouws wrote:
Paolo Vecchi wrote on 15/01/2022 20:56:

Maybe you missed the point here.

Some of us actually worked hard to prepare the ground to help others
trying to act in a fair and balanced way but after months of work and
negotiations someone decided that solidarity wasn't a priority.
Another perspective on that: "You rushed into the board with proposals
that would allow non-contributors to start competing with one of the
major contributors, by making use of the LibreOffice brand."
And .. then you were surprised that it wasn't welcomed with applause :)


I would suggest you to read the directors emails and RedMine tickets about LOOL since March 2020 to discover that the most ethical and professional thing you could do is to apologise to the members of the community for your unfortunate comment.



Paolo Vecchi - Deputy Member of the Board of Directors
The Document Foundation, Kurfürstendamm 188, 10707 Berlin, DE
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