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Hi :)
Good point.  Jorge is another classic example of a total star here.  

I've already mentioned Tim haven't i?  

Regards from 
Tom :)  

From: jorge <>
To: Tom Davies <> 
Cc: Virgil Arrington <>; "" 
Sent: Tuesday, 2 July 2013, 4:47
Subject: Re: off-list Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: any word about 4.0.4 portable coming out?


El jue, 27-06-2013 a las 17:13 +0100, Tom Davies escribió:
Hi :)
There are certain names i keep noticing and saying thanks to but there are quite a few others 
that i never notice despite them putting in tons of hard work.  

I usually try to delete most LibreOffice emails but quite a few slip through but just did a 
quick search of your name and found you have been extremely active since at least Jan 2012.  So, 
well over a year without any thanks!  

So a BIG THANKS from me!! :)))

I wonder if it might be good to make a wiki-page list of people we think are owed a thanks.  I 
think i would want to include people that i don't personally get on with particularly well or 
even argue against a lot because we have all made LibreOffice what it is today and that result 
is superb.  Other mailing lists, such as the devs and docs team have lists of their 
contributors, or their top contributors but we don't have anything like it yet.  

One reason i noticed this over-sight was the QA people wrote to me to ask how to get more people 
interested in their competition and i really didn't have a good answer.  I don't think i have 
the type of influence they were looking for.  Quite the opposite in fact.  However, they made 
just a couple more posts to this list and that seems to have generated fantastic results.  

So, good work to all!!  I hope you are having fun over there and maybe considered trying out a 
few other teams too.  Even if not then still many thanks for your work on this list.
Many thanks and regards from 
Tom :)  

From: Virgil Arrington <>
Sent: Thursday, 27 June 2013, 1:45
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: any word about 4.0.4 portable coming out?

This question makes me wonder, just why there are so many LO versions and 
frequent new releases. I can't keep up, and I find myself torn about 
upgrading. I want the latest and greatest, but I've had problems with newer 
versions resurrecting old bugs.

I'm sure there's an overriding philosophy that has been adopted, but I 
wonder if we might be better served with fewer new releases.

Apache seems to have taken quite the opposite approach with no new releases 
of AOO since its 3.4.1. Perhaps something somewhere between the two extremes 
might be nice.


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