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On 04/11/2010 Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-11-03 17:42, Andy Brown a écrit :
Start here same place for OOo
and LibO. There is a link there back to the Extensions repository.
Thanks. The obvious question is ... are we going to brand a page and 
have our own repository? I imagine this is yes.

If the answer is yes, then you need much more than just web space for
rebuilding the Templates infrastructure. Just try uploading a template
on if you don't get what I

This will apply to a lot of the infrastructure: if LibreOffice wants to
have its own infrastructure for everything (including parts where there
is 100% compatibility with, like Templates and
Extensions) it will have the same complexity of the
infrastructure, plus the cost of initial import of existing material,
plus the cost of periodic synchronization from the
repository. This is a heavy technical burden that should be evaluated
before deciding on a separate repository.


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