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Re: [libreoffice-website] Forum decision - where do we stand? An attempt of a summary...
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-website] Forum decision - where do we stand? An attempt of a summary...
- From: Jonathan Aquilina <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2011 09:28:06 +0100
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On 08/12/2011 03:13, Rogerio Luz Coelho wrote:
IF ... and this is a big IF ... we would let each NL team decide on whatI see a big problem with that as we will end up with a wide variety of forums and having to support them will be a nightmare having to be familiar with the various packages that the groups will choose.
forum based site they want?
In this way TDF would get to expand itself without the major PITA of having
to do all the choosing and all the admning by itself. We could set up some
king of support for the NL teams to set things up?
2011/12/7 Marc Paré<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Le 2011-12-07 18:30, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
Thanks for your input.
I wonder how to get feedback from a wider user-base. After all peopleThe NL group leaders (these are the people who are most often seen and
did complain loudly in the past that there is no forum, demanded that
we set one up as soon as possible - and when it comes to making a
decision, we fail to reach those users.
It's hard to tell people to use a demo-installation/something where
they cannot expect a real answer and that (because it is a
demo/testing setup), doesn't have the final theming and language
setup... (I'm afraid that people will just vote for phpBB because it
matches the LO theme and not because they like the concept better - if
people prefer phpBB but would like separate forums, this could be done
as well, this after all is the structure that OOo uses)
easily identified as the leaders on the respective NL mailing lists) should
be the ones who should be taking this information back to the various NL
groups for discussion and return a summary of the group's decision. There
is also the fact that some NL groups may already have a dedicated forums
hosted outside of the TDF/LibreOffice zone of influence who may prefer to
keep their forums intact and not be included in the list of LibreOffice run
I wonder if this will also be taken into account or has there been a
decision from the higher ups (BoD) that the official LibreOffice NL forums
will be hosted on the TDF/LibreOffice forums? Unless I am mistaken, this is
the stance that was taken with the mailing lists -- all official
LibreOffice mailing lists are hosted and maintained on LibreOffice servers.
Is this what is being set up? Are we choosing the software (JForum or
phpBBJ based on the assumption that the official LibreOffice forums will
only be run on/by LibreOffice [servers]? If this is the case, then we
should try to send a note to all of the NL groups and wait for feedback. I
someone is to send a note to the NL groups then it should be from someone
from the BoD to make it more of an official request.
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