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Hi Andreas,
... Hi Johannes, *,

Am Sonntag, 2. Januar 2011, 21:36:20 schrieb Johannes A. Bodwing:
Hi Andreas,

Hi Johannes, *,
But you yourself had to decide first, what you want to contribute to
which community (OOo or LO). We need people who are doing the daily
work. We need not another mega- thread on this list.
That's right. But TDF fell from heaven in September 2010, and till now I
am looking for answers to important questions about both, OOo and LO.
And some is confusing.

not from heaven, but from the community or her long term contributors.

For me and many others from heaven.

In this Mail for LO: If I understand you correctly, decisions about
programming are the task of the developers. Is this "The mission of the
ESC is to provide technical guidance and to settle technical disputes."
under the bylaws of TDF?
What's the basis for the developers to make decisions? Where can I find
that information?

Read the other mails from the members of the TDF and LibreOffice. I have not the time
to repeat anything.

But I have? How many hundreds of mails are this to find the right?
Sorry, that covers one of the problems. I've wrote it before: Some important information is not available in short time. The same as OOo ;-)

I'll contribute in my sparetime, not only write mails and steal
the time of other members of the community.

Thanks for the clearness ;-)
That means, you don't know it. Why don't you say that clearly, instead of such sideblows?

So if you want to be a member of LibreOffice also go ahead and decide, what you can
do for the community and contribute.

I do what I can do in a situation with open important questions.
Look at my mails, I have not the time to repeat anything. Everything clear?


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