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On 01/22/2012 08:52 AM, Stefan Weigel wrote:

Am 22.01.2012 14:44, schrieb Jonathon Waterman:

Though I hate to recommend a competitor's services, and may take a little
flack for doing so. For those who do have a individual question and want an
answer and nothing more, perhaps they should consider asking their question
Nothing wrong about your recommendation. In fact, it´s the
recommendation from the LibreOffice website: which also links to


If I remember correctly, we are working on finding the best forum package for our needs. The OOo link was, most likely, placed there when LO was just starting out almost a year ago. Now we have so many people helping out with the email lists, we should drop that link and add out forum, if it is running now.

Nabble, so I have been told, may work enough like a regular forum, for now. It seems people are using that sometimes to ask questions and read the answers. We do need a browser-based help center/forum/list for those who do not want to deal with an email list service. Those with limited bandwidth, or limited email inbox size would not want to receive all these emails when they want to deal with posts only for their question/answer.

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