On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 6:06 AM, RGB ES <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
2011/4/17 Christian Lohmaier <email@example.com>:
Again: The point is not forum or not. The point is: Why the heck do
you want *yet another* forum.
Please, re read my message: I'm NOT talking about a new forum nor to
split anything. I'm talking about OFFICIAL COOPERATION: about not to
let the forum issue as a second class citizen on LibO ecosystem.
Which kind of cooperation? I don't know, that needs to be discussed.
By telling people "use existing resources" YOU are splitting the
community: the official community that talks through the the official
mailing lists and the "other community" that use "external channels".
What does "official cooperation" mean?
How does a website gain official recognition? Who monitors to see if
it's a forum or a knockoff?
Why not just say on the official LibreOffice websites that forums can
be found by searching for "LibreOffice forum"?
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