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Italo Vignoli wrote:
On 3/9/11 9:53 PM, RGB ES wrote:
support to both, OOo and LibO and to help the Spanish localization of
both projects under the same "umbrella" (something similar to PLIO
project for Italian(1)). ...
Totally wrong. PLIO at the moment is divided between people that want to support both projects and people who are against TDF. I am not any more involved with PLIO in any way, as I have resigned from any role

This discussion is about OOoES, which I don't know anything about, and I'm not going to spend much time on it. However, since you mentioned PLIO, I'll just add to the words by Italo that PLIO is still acting as a group, with someone preferring, someone preferring LibreOffice, someone liking both and someone waiting. And work being actively done for both projects, although we are surely missing Italo's marketing activity.

(1) BTW, PLIO is "Progetto Linguistico Italiano", why
people here do not like to see the three "o" on oooES name?

You should ask to PLIO members, and I don't see PLIO members in this discussion.

The question was of course not meant for PLIO members.

(I am a PLIO member but I'm not speaking on behalf of PLIO; and, again, I realize PLIO has nothing to do with the subject of this discussion: sorry for drifting off-topic).


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