[Please keep in mind that English is not my native language]
Le 11/06/2015 16:59, Joel Madero a écrit :
On 06/10/2015 11:18 PM, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:
And you will lost the complete history of the document. That is a very
important information and it is a bad idea to rely on Google to keep the
memory of the LibreOffice community. The data of the LibreOffice project
must be stored on TDF servers not elsewhere. The "working in progress"
documents are project data and must be stored on TDF servers.
While I fully respect your opinion - this last statement is just not
It is very surprising for me when an organization, working on editing
and managing documents, does not consider its own documents, which are
its memory, important enough to be kept in its own repositories.
And document history is as important as the final document. For example
document history will show why or if some choice not present in the
final document, has been discussed and rejected during the document
development. Having the document history prevents to discuss again and
again the same things.
[...] your (and others) phobia of google products.
The problem is not only Google, it would be the same with any comparable
external supplier. The important word is "external", not "Google".
That said, the doers get to decide.
Seuls des formats ouverts peuvent assurer la pérennité de vos documents.
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