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Re: [tdf-discuss] user forums ?


Hi,

Am 30.10.2011 23:14, schrieb Dennis E. Hamilton:

NOTE: There is no German Language Forum at OpenOffice.org.

You are talking about the forums formerly hosted by Sun/Oracle, right?

There have always been pure community-driven forums at
http://openoffice.info/

This site points to Englisch, German, Bosnian, Czech, Dansk, Polish
and Portuguese forums.

The english forum there is even more populated than the forum, you
have been looking at: A total of 369768 articles. 235837 registered
users. (At least that´s what the display below the forum is showing.)

The german forum has 168152 articles in 36091 topics and 16462
registered members.

The german forum explicitely claims to be a place for OpenOffice.org
as well as LibreOffice. Maybe some TDF official could talk to the
admins and motivate them to integrate LibreOffice branding. TDF/LibO
could directly link from their Website to this forum. This would be
a good chance not to split the already established support.

Regards,
Stefan


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