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Hello Olivier,

Le 29/10/2011 10:16, Olivier R. a écrit :
Hello Cor,

Cor Nouws wrote:

So apart from that it is maybe not fair ;-) to profit too much on the 
work of the forums at Apache (when life), it will be increasingly 
insufficient for our own users.

Forums administrators and volonteers have always claim to be
non-discriminative. They support all versions of the software: LibreOffice,, NeoOffice, etc. And almost all of us have already switched
to LibreOffice. Is it really necessary to split again the community in
smaller parts? I don’t think so.

AFAIK, forums migrated on Apache server only because TDF has always favored
mailing-lists and seemed to have low respect for forums. Before Apache, TDF
seemed not concerned with forums hosting.

No, I would not put it like that. We just did not have the time and we
were told repeatedly -and this sounds quite ironic now- that if we were
to open forums all of a sudden it would be a lack of respect for the
forums. So now we find ourselves in an interesting situation, as not
being hostile to the forums (what would that mean?) and providing
mailing lists seems to mean that we don't respect forums.

I must admit I am a bit confused....


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