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Hi Marc,
On 06/10/2012 22:30, Marc Paré wrote:

Discuss should be joined into 'projects' (the third forum with
announcements in
the description). If you 'discuss matters affecting the LibreOffice
project' it
should better be relevant to the projects too.

I have no problems with this either. Although, I can see others having
problems with it. I was never too clear on what the "projects" mailing
list was all about as it seems we are all advertising on it and
discussions are happening more and more on it. It may be better to have
a "Discuss" forum with a sub-forum "Projects" where only decided
projects are announced. The discuss list is very active and it is hard
to pull projects from any of the threads.

The projects mailing was about the transverse communication between the
different project and the native language communities. Unfortunately
nobody understood this purpose (may be not well communicated) and when
there is a need of information, translation, whatever exchange or
interaction, the l10n mailing list is/was used. There is a technical
difference between translation and localization, but there is a big lack
of communication between the different projects and the native language
communities, where marketing, QA, documentation, etc are done. It should
not be a discussion area but a working area.

Kind regards
Sophie Gautier <>
Membership & Certification Committee Member - Co-founder
The Document Foundation

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