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[tdf-discuss] RfD: Non-corporate user representation?


Hi,

AFAICS, TDF does not have any formal "Joe Average" user lobby.

There are BoD, ESC, MC, AB - but the end user community only can send their
opinions, needs and ideas to mailing lists or speak up informally in meetings.

What about the idea of creating e.g. a "User Interest Commitee" (or board),
which has an advisory role - similar to the AB? Could this help to better
channelize / make visible the interests of "normal users"? There are highly
competent people around in mailing lists and forums, who, at least to my
believe, should be given a stronger voice than to just send a mail to a list.

(I know, the big hurdle is "to do it", but nevertheless wanted to express
what I think/feel here as a starting point).

Regards,
Nino

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