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On Sun Jan 09 2011 19:33:06 GMT-0800 (PST)  drew wrote:

Hi Andy

You missed one - there is a new site wanting to offer LibreOffice
- one of the newer UX designs, which to me looks pretty much like taking
the most common mods I see at support oriented web forums and throwing
away most of the fluff - then tie it into a wiki/FAQ and voila much
different and I think better experience.
- you can see the type of site here:

The new LO specific site I think is

Thanks for the link.  Have added it to my list. :)  It is a new one for me.

Anyway - I noticed the site a few days ago and the operators have
mentioned it on the lists, en and fr a few times.

Some will not want forums no matter what, for their own reasons and I
would not be so bold as to guess why. Some still want more cake.

Since my computer time dates back to the old BBS days I prefer email over forums but I can understand why some others would prefer forums, for one time questions and not wanting to get overloaded with emails.

Anyway - you are correct that for the moment the applications are close
enough that any of the existing sites can give reasonable help, that
will change quickly I think.

From the replies I have seen on the forums there will be people around that are following and using LibO so even if the differences get far apart there will be those that can and will help.

Best wishes,


Hope you Holidays where happy and rewarding.


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