I hope nobody is missing the point of my original post. My main concern here
is that LibreOffice exemplifies free (as in freedom) software. Whatever
consensus is reached by the LibO community about the details of a future
extensions implementation, it should fulfill a few basic criteria:
1. Only free software extensions should be promoted. That also implies not
linking to the main OO.org website.
2. Source code for each extension should be easily available for download.
3. The process of submission should be open and responsive to the needs of
the community. Perhaps a wiki is best for that end, or perhaps not.
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