Le 2010-10-30 17:04, Marc Paré a écrit :
Le 2010-10-30 16:38, Italo Vignoli a écrit :
Marc Paré wrote:
Would it make sense to include the ODF Alliance weblog on the Planet? I
think it would be a great idea to lend them support and this would
affirm our support for the open document formats.
If you think this is a good idea, could you pass it along to whoever is
in charge of the Planet?
Although I think that TDF, once established, should become a member of
the ODF Alliance, I don't think that their blog should be featured in
our planet. The ODF Alliance is supporting ODF, but in the past they
have expressed positions which were hard to share (and very clearly
ispired by a specific company).
Hi Italo. Thanks for the heads up.
Maybe we should take a closer look at it then. There may be some
interesting news items. Is there a way to just post interesting news items?
By coincidence, here is an article on the ODF Plugfest and LibO is
mentioned. This could go on the blog?
BTW ... could there be a "Submit an article" button on the Planet for a
user who may have an interesting article that she/he was interested in
submitting (like the one I am submitting)?
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