On Sat, 2012-02-18 at 14:26 +0100, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
Le 17/02/2012 22:41, drew a écrit :
I would like to introduce you to the newest member of the LibreOffice
The AskLibO website provides a space where you can ask (and answer!)
questions related to LibreOffice.
So it's a forum.
Sure as is this mailing list.
AskLibo is a modern Q+A site, not a Bulletin Board style web forum.
Oops! No, it is not.
for those not familiar with such sites, please just dismiss it because
it is new, this type of support site if proving quite valuable for many
Call me dumb if you like but I find these are very vague sentences that
could describe anything. What is AskLibO? It is not a forum, it it not a
list... so what is it?
Could you be more specific please?
Yes, I suppose - but not here, seems a number of people are asking for a
better FAQ, that would seem like the place to put effort..
However, as with a BBS forum, or this mail list forum even, it only
functions to meet user needs when others volunteer their time to answer
I'm lost. These words sound just like marketting hype. Which I guess
they are not. Some clarification about what is what and for whom is needed.
'someone asks a question' - the goal of the site it to answer questions
- 'the site only works if someone actually shows up and answers the
Does that clarify?
Anyway, thanks a lot for the hard work.
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