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I agree, for future reference, a mailing list is the best choice (even more
because it is the way people are used to search for old messages). I believe
even for our needs it is better since ideas can be thrown around without the
need for people to get access to Alfresco per se.

Rogerio


2011/1/21 Andreas Mantke <maand@gmx.de>

Hi all,

I was told that one of the advantages of Alfressco for the work on
documentation for
LibreOffice is the "in house" discussion / comment feature.
The feature was described with this words:
"built-in discussion system that lets you anchor a discussion on a
particular
content object"
I wonder if this means that the discussion about writing, reviewing etc. of
documentation about LibreOffice will be done offlist inside the Alfressco
CMS (not
visible for the whole community and the public).

In my opinion the discussion about and the comments on LibreOffice
documentation
should run on a mailinglist, because we are an OpenSource project with an
open
communication style.

Regards,
Andreas
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