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On 2011-01-17 7:50 AM, Friedrich Strohmaier wrote:
Hi RGB ES, *,

RGB ES schrieb:

It is clear you cannot please everyone: the list of problems you see
on forums is almost the same list of problems I usually see on mailing
Every communication system have the same merits and defects of the
people using it. Nothing more, nothing less. The system can only add
tools to easy the work of people using it,

Good words..

and the tools you have on forums are for sure more useful that the
tools available on mailing lists.

What the hell does You make thinking that? They are different - yes but
more useful? It again depends on who does what!

I'm really becoming more and more dismayed at all of the infighting
going on on these lists - it gives me pause that LibO may not be able to
survive, if those holding the reins right now are unable or unwilling to
make some changes that will smooth  the way for those wanting to
contribute, without fear that their efforts will all be for naught.

Case in point - Michael's work on Drupal would have provided integrated
mail list <> forums <> nabble so that any user could use their tool of
choice, and all would be interconnected, not isolated, making these
silly chest-thumping arguments about which tool is better totally moot.


Best regards,


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