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Hi Cor,

Hi Bernard, *,

Bernhard Dippold wrote (01-10-10 23:20)

discussions/proposals about *bugs* in LibreOffice

discussions/proposals about new *features* for LibreOffice

Both are strongly development related.
Core development has found its place on FreeDesktop.

Maybe it is enough to have Bugs/Features on one list, DEV@ ?
This would be the place where people discuss features, bugs, proposals.

I wanted to provide a possibility to report bugs and talk about possible features for 

There are some threads about bugs here on the list, and as long as there is no bugzilla enabled 
with an easy frontend, I think we'll see more of them here.

Also I think QA@ is a good thing.


for discussions/proposals about *localization* of the product

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

for discussions/proposals about the *mailing lists* structures

Why not discuss@ ?
I'd support the suggestion about  [WEB]

discussions/proposals about *native-language* structures

discussions/proposals about the *documentation* of LibreOffice

discussions/proposals about *marketing* for The Document Foundation and

discussions/proposals about *everything else*

Why not discuss@ ?

just to avoid double naming ;-)

When other threads move to different mailing lists, they will not need any tags any more...

Best regards


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