Re: [tdf-discuss] [OT] Japan Earthquake
Il 12/03/2011 14:47, Florian Effenberger ha scritto:
Joining all of you in prayers for Japanese people, I'm also reporting
Volker Merschmann words (on website list), and my final consideration:
NoOp wrote on 2011-03-12 00.44:
To all the LibreOffice/TDF users/contributors in Japan& areas affected
by the earthquake,
I wish you, your families, and friends well.
I second that. I am shocked by what happens in Japan, and my thoughts,
wishes and hopes are with our friends there. I hope all of you and
your beloved ones, your families and friends are okay, and I keep you
in my prayers.
You have friends all around the world, who think of you in these hard
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I think that we should drop or reduce the donation ads on the website
with regard to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. At least the big
ad in the wiki should be evaporated.
There are people in this world today that need donations more than TDF.
Thanks for considering.
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Maybe a generic invitation for donations to organizations that help in
Japan would be appropriate.
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