Hi Cor and Telesto,
On 06/11/2020 12.52, Cor Nouws wrote:
I've posted a contribution in a completely different area
Apart from your reply, it looks as if others missed that.
Although the funny thing is, that the idea might make the discussion
about a label easier?
don't ecosystem companies also use "still" as the base for their
enterprise editions? Wouldn't dropping it mean that a part of the work
that is now "shared" (doing critical fixes and security updates) in
TDF's version is then duplicated to every vendor version (to a larger
extent than it happens anyway due to the editions provided by different
vendors being maintained in parallel), thus binding additional resources?
From my experiences so far, I'm not sure using "fresh" as a base for an
enterprise edition right away would be a good idea... ;-)
So they Online topic does indeed matter, IMHO.
I wish everything was not so interconnected. Now we move between hot
potatoes. And for those work on they Marketing Plan tremendously
Anyhow, I missed they whole story why Online moving to Github anyhow.
There has been a post on one of the lists .. but the Online website on
GitHub also has an FAQ answering most
First step was probably not being public (which solved) and this isn't
TDF because of fear of cannibalism? TDF serving a Online version?
Or about Branding of Collabora? Credits? Liking Github more compared to
Things like that involved, yes.
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