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I'm would understand the google doc as a kind of a sketchboard, fast
editable and flexible, not for longtime archivement. I can write
something in and at the same time jay can reply to it, no need for
externernal storages like dropbox and no need to hack in wikislang ;-)

It's because the lack of time (I wish I had a lot more) to do it (I call
it so) "the old way".

I would wish that the online version of libreoffice could replace this
google thing someday (collaborative working on a document at the same

For longtime archivement I would prefer indeed a wiki solution.

Matthias aka Papamatti

Am 11.06.2015 um 19:49 schrieb Joel Madero:
On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 9:59 AM, Pedro Rosmaninho <>

I think the issue is more a matter of ease of use and collaboration and it
is quite well known that Google Docs is great in that regard.
There's the design Hangouts minutes that document all the work done, and
maybe at the end of each release cycle the documents produced during that
release cycle could be rounded up?

I just don't think that bureaucratizing everything or trying to condition
on how people are doing their work is productive...

+1 - the project prides itself on exactly this point :) Anyways, is there
not a straight forward solution here? I mentioned two before.


P.S. JBF - no need to  point out English not being your primary
language....your English is 10000x better than my French so you're leagues
ahead of me :)

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