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2011/5/8 David Emmerich Jourdain <>

Hi Luiz,

Hi David

I think there´s a misunderstanding here. We´re not representatives of the
brazilian community, nor we will ever be. We are only 3 co-founders of TDF,
we should be here to help. Neither more nor less than anyone, understand?

I think endeed there's a misunderstanding here, but it'snot us, but your
words. Maybe you can rtell us what does you presentation in means:

*David Emmerich Jourdain*

BrOffice co-founder, Brazilian LibreOffice community representative

David Emmerich Jourdain is participating in various free software projects
since 1998 and is a founding member of the NGO BrOffice.Org<>.
He started a university research project in 2003, to develop a Linux
distribution to support the migration of MS-Windows users, which was called
Famelix GNU/Linux, now known as BRLix. David is the LibreOffice community
representative in Brazil.
He is currently busy developing code for the kernel, to help brazilian
manufacturers of desktops and notebooks, who want to sell computers with
preinstalled Linux.

"Brazilian LibreOffice Community Representative"? "David is
*THE*LibreOffice Community Representative in Brazil"? Who has given
you this
title? What community do you represent? This is very weird behavior, I


Paulo de Souza Lima
Técnico em Eletrônica e Administrador
Curitiba - PR
Linux User #432358
Ubuntu User #28729

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