Johannes A. Bodwing wrote (03-01-11 17:53)
Thanks for the Link. - And I could ask the next questions, but I save it
I try to get it clearer for me till the 3.3-Release, and eventually with
a summary of the manifesto and other important things, to have lately:
a better basis to clear things in the calm after the release
eventually a shortform of the TDF-goals for people which come new to the
SA sorry from my side. I had in mind - months ago - to draft a little
roadmap for the website.
Not that things a carved in stone, far from that, but just to give some
insight in work 'under construction', 'planned', 'should be done' and such.
Although many is common sense, I can well understand that it is hardly
doable to get a reasonable picture from what is passing on all the mails.
To check the frame for me, in what time about could the 3.3-Release start?
3.3 release is not fixed. In this specific case, it will be no earlier
then the OpenOffice.org 3.3.0 release of course.
Thanks for your interest,
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