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Re: [tdf-discuss] LibreOfficeForum.org is now functioning


On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 11:37 PM, Sam <info@libreofficeforum.org> wrote:

Hello Document Foundation / LibreOffice,

I just wanted to say that I appreciate very much your efforts to improve
upon the
OpenOffice suite and make it more open to everyone in the form of
LibreOffice. I
personally spend many hours every day on OpenOffice, so this new initiative
is very
important to me.

I would like to offer to the LibreOffice community a support forum that I
have just
created on a reliable host:
http://libreofficeforum.org
It is my hope that LibreOfficeForum.org will serve as a central point for
English
language support. I am also fluent in the Spanish language, and if
necessary I could
create a similar forum for that language if you would like. I have been
administering
community forums with Drupal for quite a few years now, and I feel
confident that with
the help of some additional honest, polite moderators, we could maintain a
high level of
organization on LibreOfficeForum.org.


Would be great to add spanish support. As the lead of OpenOffice.org Spanish
and current mantainer of the OOo spanish forum I think it would be great to
start sending the forum from OOo to your forum if spanish is provided.
Regards.



Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks again for your time and efforts.

Sincerely,
Sam

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