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Hi David, *,

Am Sonntag, 23. Januar 2011, 20:59:51 schrieb David Nelson:
Hi Karl-Heinz, :-)

On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 01:10, Karl-Heinz Gödderz
(...)
Most/all active members of the LibreOffice documentation team now have
an account there, and a workflow has been developed for the English
documentation team.


it would be interesting to know something about the number of members and about the 
language they working on.
Did they create new documentation for LibreOffice or adapt the documentation from 
OOoAuthors/ODFAuthors to LibreOffice?

A few members of the l10n community have already expressed interest in
using Alfresco. Probably more will also do so once they become aware
of its existence.


Did you have some numbers here?

Certainly, Alfresco has many technical advantages to offer. See my
comments below:

(...)

B) The odfauthors.org software is a hybrid, one-off, custom
application without any community taking its development forward. The
odfauthors.org system is a software dead-end, based upon a CMS that is
not very widely used, for which little technical support is available
except from a small group of developers. Alfresco has an entire
community behind it.


Hmm. I don't know where you get your knowledge about Plone from, but it seemed a bit 
outdated to me ;-)

Regards,
Andreas

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