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Re: [tdf-discuss] The need of a central employment-office-like web structure for TDF/LibO volunteers


On 15/05/2011 12:33, Gianluca Turconi wrote:
sophie wrote:
So now, you've find what to do for your next free hours ;-)

I can, if I find some people with tech skills for the implementation. :-P

Of course, there are many things that should be discussed, among them the level of detail for the help requests so that the whole structure will remain manageable and won't drown in an ocean of millions of tasks and items to be completed.

Is it better to move this discussion in the website@libreoffice.org ML or elsewhere? projects@libreoffice.org, perhaps?
For the technical detail, website@ would be more appropriate, and to discuss the content, projects@ would be perfect. I think that we can draw the implementation first with a large scope on the wiki, and narrow the levels little by little following the discussion on the list. And thanks for this proposal, Gianluca, I'll be happy to work with you on it.

Kind regards
Sophie


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