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[tdf-discuss] [MAILING LIST] interim structuring - a proposal


Hi all,

we'll have to wait some more days until the structure of our community here will be able to handle the amount of topics and ideas in a more appropriate way with new mailing lists, a wiki and other means to divide different interests on several groups.

Until then I propose to add some tags to the subject of your mails in order to identify them more easily (and to filter them in your mail client).

At the moment I think of

[BUGS]
discussions/proposals about *bugs* in LibreOffice

[FEATURES]
discussions/proposals about new *features* for LibreOffice

[L10N]
for discussions/proposals about *localization* of the product

[WEBSITE]
for discussions/proposals about the *website*, forums, wiki, IRC etc

[MAILING LIST]
for discussions/proposals about the *mailing lists* structures

[NATIVE-LANG]
discussions/proposals about *native-language* structures

[DOCUMENTATION]
discussions/proposals about the *documentation* of LibreOffice

[MARKETING]
discussions/proposals about *marketing* for The Document Foundation and LibreOffice

[GENERAL]
discussions/proposals about *everything else*

There are other main topics I don't think of at the moment.

Just add them to this list, but try to keep it as short as possible.

Best regards

Bernhard
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