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On Tue, 2010-11-02 at 14:34 -0400, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-11-02 14:14, Andy Brown a écrit :
On Tue Nov 02 2010 10:43:36 GMT-0700 (PDT) Marc Paré wrote:
I was just wondering if there was ever in OOo talk of organising
"Templating Teams"?

This was touched on in another thread. The idea would be to have an
official LibO Templating Team where the teams' only task would be to
come up with different templates for various categories. The members
would be picked according to their expertise in these categories.

In general I agree with you. But why limit to those that have expertise
in a given area. I may not have the expertise but I can and have worked
up templates for others. The person may have an idea or details but not
be able to do the template due to lack of understanding on how to use
style or the like. A real team would have expertise in several areas
working together.


Agreed. Anyone could do it. I find that when you team up people with a 
common interest, then their passion for that common interest, they will 
feed off each other. An individual such as yourself could help in 
focussing their work and help with their technical knowledge.

Hi Marc

Well, actually there is a rather natural team function possible here
also - team as in one or more individuals willing to take on some
personal responsibilities.

Mainly - over the course time lots of people will be giving
presentations at lots of venues - it would nice IMO to have someone
willing to coordinate a library of these presentations - links, copies,
I'm not sure, most likely a combination. The team could look at and
present to the overall project their ideas for getting a good system in
place such that when people want to find these old artifacts they can. 

Anyway - a more general comment on your idea


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