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Am Mittwoch, den 12.01.2011, 14:58 +0300 schrieb Sophie Gautier:
On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Charles-H. Schulz
<> wrote:
Le Wed, 12 Jan 2011 11:44:50 +0100,
Italo Vignoli <> a écrit :

On 1/12/11 10:38 AM, David Nelson wrote:

I really wonder why this is necessary... I'd stay with Twitter...
It's what everyone knows.... Or should we get off Facebook, too? is totally (I mean TOTALLY) unknown in most geographies, so
it does not make any sense to abandon the popular services for the
sake of the unknown ones because they are free and open. Twitter, in
this specific acception, is a costless marketing tool, and it makes a
lot of sense to continue using it now. In the future, we will see.

No worries, you can use and twitter at the same time (each
time you 'dent' it's synced with Twitter, so we can have both of them.

... and then automatically send it to FB, so one dent for 3 posts ;-)
Your dents (and others) also arrive on my IM via xmpp.

Italo, sorry for being misleading here - it is not about limiting the
impact of any marketing activity. The twitter messages will be available
in their network, so outside the LibreOffice website there won't be any
changes. If I understand Sophie's message correctly, it will even get
better :-)

What this discussions might kick of is, to decide whether we (being an
open-source project) want to present commercial services on the LibO
frontpage - especially since there is an open alternative. I think, this
would also be a good sign for developers interested in FLOSS - to
present a deep relationship with other open projects.

However, since I'm not the one who likes to use Twitter or,
this is a decision for the Marketing.

@ Florian: Finally you get pinged as well ...


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