Ordinary (common,normal...) users uses only one office suite instaled on
their pc's or work stations. Professionaly each developer must build
your own support system.
Apache OO has another aproach and visions to OpenOffice and is not our
responsability make libreoffice "full" compatible with all other open
You dont do this with Microsoft Office, everyone is saying - use ODF and
stop anoying... -
TDF can host streaming videos support by your oficial members.
Thanks for you reading,
Em 12/11/2011 01:41, Augustine Souza escreveu:
1. +1 for phpBB. KISS.
2. Users of LibreOffice shouldn't have to learn how to use something
like askubuntu.com (stackoverflow). From the little I've seen of
askubuntu.com, it's linked to a bunch of tracking (and other) sites
which may slow down the snappiness of things.
3. ***Only if it's not too much trouble***, there should be a way to
recognize worthy questions and answers to encourage quality.
4. There's also this not-so hypothetical scenario. A user of
LibreOffice has a question. He comes across an existing forum (dealing
with a *related* office suite). He signs up, asks the question and is
replied to courteously and promptly. More questions. More satisfactory
answers. At some point someone in that forum suggests moving to the
*related* office suite. What would the user do?
5. Videos can be put up on YouTube.
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