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Le 03/10/2013 18:23, Heiki "Repentinus" Ojasild a écrit :
Dear all,

On 03/10/13 10:11, Mihkel Tõnnov wrote:
I am the Estonian translator of LibreOffice and (at least in theory)
manager of <>. The redirect
was my decision, because I don't have time to maintain <> myself and no volunteers
have stepped in to do it either. So I saw redirecting it to <> (which at least gets updated) as
a reasonable solution until I or someone else would have time to
maintain <>.

I am aware of this (except for the FB plugin issues, which I hadn't
thought about until now), thanks to Marc Paré, who wrote to me about it
on June 19, 2012. I sent a message to the site maintainers after that,
asking them to fix these issues, but I never got a reply and they
haven't corrected their mistakes either.

I would like to remark that this is a rather interesting history. If I
may be so bold, I would also like to add that The Document Foundation
might wish to develop a common policy on future redirects to external sites.

I'll speak to the board about that policy, I agree that it might avoid
errors in the future.

Kind regards

Sophie Gautier <>
Membership & Certification Committee Member - Co-founder
The Document Foundation

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