Hi Sophie and Per,
Congratulations! Our dream has come true, I think.
When The Document Foundation/LibreOffice organise its infrastructure,
I would like The Document Foundation/LibreOffice to make a rule for
domain names for language project, similar to the OpenOffice.org
infrastructure, because we are moving from OpenOffice.org as a native
For example, LibreOffice Japanese language project will have
http://ja.libreoffice.org which will be redirected to
Is this possible?
On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 4:53 AM, Sophie
Per Eriksson wrote:
This is Per Eriksson from the Swedish NLC and the qa project.
I have waited for this moment for a long time and would like to know how
best can help out, with the new infrastructure, localization and qa work
If there is any need for a technical person or for planning, please advi
me on this : )
Thanks a lot for your help proposal, this is great to have you here, I'm
really happy to see all our friends join :)
As Andre told you, we are going to organize ourself with more infrastruct
in the next days and we will come back to you for sure once done!
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