I would like to offer to the LibreOffice community a support forum that
I have just
created on a reliable host:
Please let me know your thoughts.
I´d rather recommend to use the already existing forums, for example
http://www.openoffice.info (and others).
(1) These forums are run by community members. They are independent
from Oracle, who seems to be leaving the community. I think there is
no need to set up additional community forums.
(2) I´d prefer forum sites without commercial advertisements.
(3) Why force forum users to sign up and create an account? At least
http://de.openoffice.org has been running for many years without the
need for users to sign up. AFAIK there is no bad experience about that.
IMHO, the only change, that could make sense, is introducing new
URLs, naming libreoffice instead of openoffice, since Oracle seems
to be leaving the community but keeping the brand. So hey, why don´t
you just redirect http://libreofficeforum.org to
http://www.openoffice.info (for example).
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