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On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 10:29 PM, Drew Jensen <> wrote:
Here is an interesting one - let's say that you did not actively work on
translations (yet) and you have not started working at the booth in
fairs and expos (yet..:) - but you started with your own initiative by
creating a Facebook app, in fact let's pull that down a notch and say
that you have started a FB fan page which is focused on LibreOffice, and
you have dutifully worked that fan page for some period of time. ( let's
say 6 months)

Now you come and ask for membership - I would say that is probably not
enough for me to agree, but it would be a factor I would consider, if
you where doing other things also.

Just some thoughts on that.

I am not asking for membership, I am stating what minimal things I
have done for OOO.

Howdy Mike

I should know better - sorry, the pronoun 'you' - I was talking about
you the individual there. Rather was just postulating to a generic
person. I picked on the fb scenario, where the person(a) _primarily_ and
perhaps exclusively, works in social media promoting
LibreOffice/TDF/ODF, because it is well known to me, having put a few
together, that was the only reason for using it.

Ahh, yes of course Sorry! Silly me !

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