Re: [tdf-discuss] outdated LibreOffice Portable (MS Windows)
Am 25.03.19 um 16:28 schrieb Andreas Mantke:
Am 25.03.19 um 14:48 schrieb Italo Vignoli:
When in the past it was suggested by several people to get in touch with
them to explore a closer collaboration, this was always refused because
it would have "offended" John Haller (and they were linked only by the
So, I do not see why they should link to our infrastructure when they
have been ignored (if not considered as second class citizens because of
their geographical origins). In fact, they are doing a better job than
to sum up and make it short and clear:
a) the accusation goes into the direction of TDF's board of directors in
b) it incorporates the accusation of a discrimination because of
someones geological origin (national origin).
It's surprising to read such text and belief from the main contact
person of TDF and staff member for marketing and PR.
seemed the current board has no issue with this statement and
accusation, because there is no reply from any of its members yet.
If the board accepts the statement, that could have some impact on the
status of the foundation.
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