Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: RfD: Non-corporate user representation?
Charles and Thorsten,
Many thanks for your support for the principle and apologies for a very
slow response. Distracted by a personal issue which had to take absolute
priority, I'm still catching up on other things.
I plan to take this matter to the next stage by the end of January.
I will wish to comment on your responses about the implied strategy,
also to be prepared when I have the opportunity.
Happy New Year,
[correction: forgot to copy this list when replying to Thorsten]
On 04/01/15 13:37, Thorsten Behrens wrote:
I'd be happy to put more effort into a better version if gets
support. Keeping this kind of text simple and inviting is always
Thanks for your very constructive approach here! As Charles mentions,
the next step would be to hammer out a final version of your draft on
the design list:
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Just subscribe & forward your proposal, it's an excellent start.
(and I fully agree with the implied strategy here, which is not to
grant any moral entitlement to every user, by the mere fact of her
using LibreOffice. Instead, we need to improve on our efforts to
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