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Speaking of support is the libreoffice irc channel even mentioned on the site? also i think things should be split off into a dev channel and main libreoffice channel for support. If they remain as they are once LO goes main stream, we will have one gigantic mess of support questions and development

On 1/16/11 9:02 AM, David Nelson wrote:
Hi, :-)

On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 15:39, Jonathan Aquilina<>  wrote:
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
My 0.2 cents is that it would not necessarily be a positive thing for
the project to set up something away from official TDF Web
infrastructure at the present time.

My personal recommendation would be to not go ahead with something
before having approval from the SC. Obviously, no-one can stop you
from doing what you want, but I feel it would be better to have a very
coordinated development of LibreOffice support resources.... I just
don't see any *need* for something launched as an independent

Again, this is just my 0.2 cents on the subject.

David Nelson

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