Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: RfD: Non-corporate user representation?
Nino Novak wrote on 19-12-14 09:43:
In my eyes, users - yes, simple users - make a significant contribution when
they just choose to use LibreOffice.
Sort of, yes.
But the interesting point is how to involve users in a meaningful way in
the process of building/testing/translating/promoting LibreOffice.
I remember from your initial post that you suggested to have some
user-representative bringing forward the opinion of the users: _the_
opinion of _the_ users...
I expect that this will simply port the problem to a different place:
how are you going to make sure there that all ideas from all people are
handled (evenly) and that all users feel awarded??
IMO the most simple is where we are now: a user with an
idea/remark/finding can bring that in Bugzilla or at a/the mail list
first if he seeks help from someone else.
Any idea has a equal chance on positive attention, but of course
depending on various aspects, such as the energy put into it to work it
out properly and in detail.
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