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Hi Stephan,

Stephan Ficht píše v Čt 10. 02. 2022 v 12:30 +0100:

wrt the subject line and reading through this thread comes in my

"contributors of code" is subset of "contributors of anything" is
of "community" is subset of TDF to fulfill its written objectives.

Thank you!  Unfortunately it is not as easy, when you look at that as

"contributors of code" is definitely a subset of "contributors of
anything".  "Contributors of anything" could be a subset of "community"
(though I argue "contributors of anything" equals to "community" - but
that is an unimportant detail here).

But the "community" is not a subset of "TDF" - there are many
contributors ("community" by the above definition) who are not TDF

So from the sets point of view, "TDF" is a subset of "community" too.

[Of course, that is assuming the Membership committee does not allow
non-contributors to became TDF trustees (but I believe that's the case
:-) ) - because then the "TDF" and "community" would only have an

So, everyone and everything being an important piece in the mosaic
the big picture for a FLOSS office suite, called LibreOffice.

Definitely, I agree with you, and I believe listening to others &
seeking for consensus is key.

All the best,

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