Le 2011-10-28 18:16, Cor Nouws a écrit :
I noticed that the old users forums from OOo are not available any more.
I was not a frequent visitor, but helped a bit with questions (on the
Dutch language version) now and then. There was a mixture of questions
related to OOo and of course increasingly LibreOffice.
I heard about migration of the old OOo infrastructure to the Apache
project. I guess the forums will be part of that.
Now I wonder: what about the future of forums for LibreOffice?
It looks convenient to have all at one place. On the other side:
LibreOffice will grow to be different more and more. Different code
base, more functions.
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.
Well, that is one way I could look at it.
But of course having own LibreOffice forums ask resources and especially
What do other people think about this?
I thought the purpose of the Nabble site was to fill this purpose. This
way the mailing lists and "forums" questions are merged, even if it is
not a "real" forums site.
I would vote to promote more Nabble as our "forums" site and develop our
own "Nabble" independent site.
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