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On Tue, 2011-05-03 at 17:48 +0200, Friedrich Strohmaier wrote:
Hi NoOp, *,

NoOp schrieb:
On 04/30/2011 01:56 PM, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
Harold Fuchs wrote:

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

I think Drew has already explained this on multiple mailing lists,
anyway: the forums at are run
by community members and not by Oracle, they explicitly include
LibreOffice among the supported software (see page header),

sounds great..

they can be used with no need for permissions from Oracle, and they
are probably the best place where LibreOffice users can get support
if they don't like mailing lists.


Sorry, but I'd have to disagree...
The resources are owned and operated by Oracle.

might be it's worth thinking to offer that resource a new (technical)
home free of fear regarding continuation of the infrastucture?? ;o))


My honest take (working assumption) is that as long as Oracle is
supporting the main OO.o website they would support the forums, by
continuing the hosting gratis. If the first changes, then who knows - I
am certain of this, from knowing the group of people at the forums, it
wouldn't go away, there would be an appropriate home found.

Best wishes,


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