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Hi Marc, Drew, Sophie, :-)

Where you addressing me, Marc? I'm assuming so. ;-)

My take would be this:

I don't personally *want* the Nabble/forums to be independent of the site or the LibreOffice project. I specifically see
forums or a Nabble interface as being an important support channel for
the project, and an important asset for enlarging and earning the
loyalty of LibO's user base. Therefore, I specifically want those
forums to be an *integral part* of the TDF infrastructure, and themed
to look like part of the TDF infrastructure.

FYI, Drew, I really agree with your POV that the Nabble should be
"read/write". I prefer forums myself, but given that a number of
people prefer mailing lists, Nabble is the perfect compromise.

If people want to set up independent forums, then I guess that's OK. I
probably would not use them myself. As a LibO user, I would prefer to
get my support directly from the project.

The day my faith in the LibreOffice project decreases, I won't be
looking for an "independent" support channel, I will simply find
another productivity suite / solution to use. Personally, I don't even
understand why you guys feel it's important to have the forums as a
separate resource - I feel quite the opposite. ;-)

Just my own personal 2 cents. ;-)

David Nelson

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