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On Mon, 2010-10-25 at 11:57 -0500, Sam wrote:
One or two things I would like to see is the ability to tag a thread
to "watch for replies" and "bookmark". The first allows a user to
notified of new replies with out having to comment directly.
The second allow the user to mark a thread for future reference.
The "official" OOo forum allows this and to me a great idea.

Thanks Andy, I've been meaning to implement this, but I never got around
to doing it. Today I enabled both features. Please give it a try and let
me know if there are any issues.

Sam  @

Hi Sam, Andy

Just a BTW I added one of the features from the ooo forum that I liked
w/screen shot to the wiki page - this is a discuss page, feel free to
make use of it

Also thee is a micro-blog site that has gone up, using status net
( servers, so you can use your existing Twitter or OpenId to
connect there 

- I've invited anyone, and am doing so again here aren't I, that is
moderating at one of the ooo forums or is an active responder in any of
those and you want to talk about user support in general and libreoffice
in particular to connect to it.. there is a group setup at

Finally, not sure if I did this already, here, but also added a link to
the japanese support site, using a wiki, muc closer to what Sam has
setup, at the survey page wiki section:

pukiwiki, cool


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