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From: Eric Hoch
Sent: Thursday, September 30, 2010 1:06 AM
Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] LibreOffice general ideas and suggestions

Hi Nancy,
Am Wed, 29 Sep 2010 22:29:39 -0500 schrieb Nancy Ward:

From: Joe Rotello
Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2010 7:23 AM
Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] LibreOffice general ideas and suggestions
After reading through a lot of mails today and yesterday it's my
understanding that this list will be available at gmane
<> which provides a lot of opportunities to
get this list as you like it.

In addition I read that there is also an online forum on its way.
It is said that it will be for end user questions but once set up a
beta-tester sections should be addable but I don't know the
infrastructure nor the uses forum framework.

But from my experience the average end user prefers forums because
he thinks them to be more clear but in the end he just starts a new
topic because none of the presented ones seems to match his


Thanks again, Eric. For some reason, I thought I had read about a "list"
already in existence, but guess I was wrong. I did read what was said
about Gmane, and hope it's to my liking.

As a beta tester for Microsoft, I'm solidly in the NNTP court. In NNTP,
threads are much easier to keep up with and I always know what I've read
and what I haven't. That said, on October 7, Microsoft will kill off
NNTP. What they're offering in its place doesn't look promising.

I will wait for Gmane and do my best to learn how to navigate it. Gotta
be better than no threads at all.
Nancy Ward
Windows 8 Beta Ferret
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