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Hi :)
Lol, blimey!  

Xp is not the world's most secure OS but even so it's still pretty difficult
for most people to gain access to your machine.  It's still best not to give
out your ip address to everyone if you can avoid it jic though, especially
in on-line forums or mailing-lists. 

It's usually possible to set-up some special area that can be shared with
other computers on your house or work-place network but even that can be
quite tricky.  Trying to get your machine to act like a server is quite

If you want to share files about LibreOffice with people on this
mailing-list then it's probably easiest to create an account at Nabble and
reply to any of the posts in the appropriate thread here.  When you click on
Reply here you are given a message-box with a few buttons above it.  The
"More" button allows you to upload a file.  It works by pasting a link into
the message part of your reply so that even non-Nabble users can see it.  

Tim was talking about something else completely, i think.  I think he was
saying that if you tell him your OS he can find the appropriate installer
files that are hidden away somewhere on the TDF/LO hosting-servers.  

Regards from
Tom :)  

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