On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 4:50 PM, Mike Houben <email@example.com> wrote:
Why making several forums? Make 1 Forum, 1 Maincategorie for language. So
people like me, who speaks french, german, english, nederlands, can use the
same forum and don't have to register 4 different accounts!
2010/9/30 Karl-Heinz Gödderz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
thank you Sam
Hello Document Foundation / LibreOffice,
I would like to offer to the LibreOffice community a support forum
that I have just
created on a reliable host:
It is my hope that LibreOfficeForum.org will serve as a central point
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
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.
Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks again for your time and
Same question as I posted in the forum:
can we support other languages also in that forum?
I thought about having http://libreofficeforum.org/de/ for german e.g.
or /es/ for spanish.
so anyone can search his problem in all languages he can understand and
doesn't have to remember that the english forum has the name x, the
german y and the spanish z or so.
could anyone see what I mean?
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