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I'm willing to do it, but probably the amount of traffic will kill my internet connection :( i'm really considering migrating to a proper data center here in Malta that has the fiber backbone to deal with the traffic.

What kind of forum are we talking about. Seeing as this is an open source project, and i'm a big advocate of using open source apps. would phpbb suffice?

On 1/10/11 6:18 PM, Michael Wheatland wrote:
I think we should support them officially if they
wish to accommodate our community. However you are spot on, LibreOffice is a
new community with a new product. We need to build brand recognition by not
confusing end users by pointing them to OOo branded infrastructure.

I also share the passion for freedom that you advocate with external sites.
Although I think there is justification for community oversight on an
officially sanctioned forum.

Nabble is not a forum, does not provide the functionality of a forum, and is
likely to confuse end users who just want to ask a simple question on a

Also, I think it was suggested that I would set up something, this is not
the case, I have my hands full at the moment, someone else would have to
pick this up, but I would support the creation of a dedicated forum system

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