thanks everyone for your feedback and your kind offers to help, that's
really much appreciated!
As for which type to use, I must say that a "normal" forum is the only
way, IMHO. We've been experimenting with Nabble, and the result has been
rather mixed. People prefer a forum they know, nothing else. At least
based on my experience.
There are several forums running. What I would like to have is one
"official" LibO forum, either done by us or someone else, that is open
for all languages, and run by a group that does not have members who
openly show hostility towards TDF. I am not saying that everyone does
so, but at least I have heard from some forums, where definitely FUD was
spread, and this leaves me with bad feelings.
What I took from this thread is, that there are two options: One
de.openoffice.org, and the other one the LibreOffice forum.
Anyone already got in touch with those folks? IIRC, there had been
discussions, with some groups, and that didn't work out - but I must
confess I don't know which ones.
Honestly, my preference would be to have our own forum and see if it
works. If not, we tried it, and we don't lose that much.
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