On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 9:26 PM, Marc Paré <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
To avoid what was seen (and still being seen) on the ML there, would it be
possible to organise a discussion list on Gmane as they have?
+1 for any solution that support hybrid mailing list and onilne forum.
A nice sample is google group but we don't want to be stick on a company,
OpenOffice uses collabNet's product; which is good but not perfect.
A new version of bugzilla is enough for handling bugs. I give a but for it.
LibreOffice is huge project so IMO it is not a good idea to have only one
(dictator) sitting on the top. By restructure and modules and the softwares
in the office suite, we can manage it better.
I recommand redmine for managing tasks (called issues by redmine's
A good news is that we can also customize fields in redmine so that it works
99% identical to bugzilla.
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