On 08/11/2011 Cor Nouws wrote:
For some time, I could personally live quite well with a forum that is
clearly, visibly, independent serving LibreOffice and other suites.
Since suggestions made in that direction seem to be more political than
technical feasible, I can leave that illusion.
Does this refer to my answers? If it does, then it seems I failed to
convey the message: I've always written that the technical execution
would have been so easy to be negligible in discussions. So the
technical feasibility had never been questioned: it would have been
trivial to implement it (read: it takes less than one hour to do it).
The main problem would thus have been "political", i.e., getting people
agree on it.
Of course this is only meant as a clarification in case my messages were
not clear enough; I don't want to reopen this discussion.
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Re: [tdf-discuss] user forums ? · Cor Nouws
Re: [tdf-discuss] user forums ? · Andrea Pescetti
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