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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: user forums ?


Hi,

Am 01.11.2011 05:45, schrieb Marc Paré:

If de.openoffice.org is "awarded" the care of
the LibreOffice maintenance of the forums, there will be those
who will complain about it as not being a real native LibreOffice
forums. If the TDF raises its own forums, then there will those
who will complain that communities have been broken and all of
the past discussions have been lost.

With OpenOffice.org we used to have a number of derivates (that I
wouldn´t call a fork) and that made sense for special types of
users, for example OOo4Kids. It´s likely that we will see similar
derivates from LibreOffice in the future.

Wouldn´t it be good to have *one* *common* place for the support of
*all* suites, that are somehow related to what evolved from
StarOffice? This place does not need to be exclusively labelled
"LibreOffice".

I estimate at least 80% of the topics/questions/answers will still
be common for all these products. We need to look at this from the
users point of view. The user does not benefit, if the knowledge
base is split up and unequally distributed over several places.

Stefan

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