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Re: [tdf-discuss] outdated LibreOffice Portable (MS Windows)
- Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] outdated LibreOffice Portable (MS Windows)
- From: "Charles-H. Schulz" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 07 Apr 2019 23:14:39 +0200
- To: Andreas Mantke <firstname.lastname@example.org>, discuss <email@example.com>
Andreas Mantke @ 2019-04-06 12:36 CEST:
> 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
>>> Italian community).
>>> 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
>> this case;
>> 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.
I had not followed this thread actively since its beginning, as I don't have
the use for a portable version of LibreOffice and never really had one in the past.
I will say however that you seem to be asking the questions and making the
answers yourself. Your a) does not make sense. Italo is alluding to issues I
myself heard many years ago concerning the different portable LibreOffice
projects, one of them who seemed to have a problem with TDF. I'm not sure
what this meant or what this means today.
But it does not go into the direction of TDF's board, it's a thread on
@discuss. As to your point b): are you even serious?
So there's no accusation coming from anyone but you in this case. I note your last
statement however, and I'm a bit concerned about what you meant: how does
this discussion have an impact on the status of the foundation? Why do you
want to involve the board on such matter? What's your turf?
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