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"Carl Symons" <carlsymons@gmail.com> wrote in message BANLkTimoFfHJRfh0cXMuCAFqKqJJNa2Dpg@mail.gmail.com">news:BANLkTimoFfHJRfh0cXMuCAFqKqJJNa2Dpg@mail.gmail.com...
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 2:52 AM, Harold Fuchs
<hwfa.libreoffice@gmail.com> wrote:
Please, why does the LibreOffice web page link to the forums for
OpenOffice.org ?

The current LO Help web page at http://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/ has two
links to OOo forums:
- http://www.oooforum.org/
- http://user.services.openoffice.org/en/forum/

Harold Fuchs
London, England



Because they are a useful resource for getting LibreOffice help, as
LibreOffice and OpenOffice closely resemble each other.

There are millions of people using OpenOffice. There are fewer
millions (so far) using LibreOffice. The OOo forums are more mature
and more heavily trafficked than the LibreOffice forums.



Has Oracle given permission for TDF to use its forum, or doesn't TDF need such permission? Does TDF *want* to use an Oracle resource?


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Harold Fuchs
London, England


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