After reading this, a quick reply...
What end users are asking is the "end user support for the product they
use - LIBREOFFICE -", thats the main "reason" of friendly web forums.
For the few - TDF is not APACHE as well LIBREOFFICE is not a clone of
OPENOFFICE. They are NOT THE SAME and SHOULD NOT BE.
This argumentation is contaminating the list what is directed to
Thanks for your reading...
Em 11/11/2011 13:12, Simon Phipps escreveu:
On 11 Nov 2011, at 06:38, drew wrote:
So bottom line for myself - could using two URL's pointing to the same
physical server work? - likely for a while _but_ that it will become
increasing more difficult, quickly, versus having each community take
responsibility for it's own user services, across the board.
One additional benefit of having a shared top-level site is that it becomes easier for OOo users to
discover LibreOffice solutions to their problems in the short-medium term. With a division between
the sites I suspect that replies to ordinary OOo users may sadly be partial.
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