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Hi Olivier,

Olivier R. wrote (29-10-11 10:16)

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.

Apart from what I read in some other mails in this thread (about wrong information in some comments) I agree with you that is should be like as you write.

Another side of the current situation, is that it looks a bit strange that users go to OpenOffice forums for LibreOffice questions.
Over the time, the differences will grow and OpenOffice is not LibreOffice.
But for users, since similarities are far more then differences (at least for the foreseeable future), it is pretty easy to go to one place. Good thing too of course is, that OpenOffice users will be easily informed about LibreOffice and the benefits that it can bring them.
So that is a fine way to spread our good new ;-)
Hmm..  obviously, I am a bit undetermined here.

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.

(I see others that have been envolved in contacts, already responded on this subject.)


 - Cor

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