Just my two cents. I've tried using AskLO several times and have never
figured out how to set up an account, so I hope you don't drop this in favor
Maybe I'm just dense (and I've only been using computers and bulletin boards
and mailing lists and their descendants since the mid-80s), but all I see
are ways to sign in using Google or Facebook and so forth, and I don't have
any of those accounts, and don't want them, since I get enough spam already
and don't have much interest in cat videos or what my neighbors had for
Sorry - I'll go away now.
For some unexplained reason The Document Foundation board chose to use a
modified edition of the Askbot software  which, unlike Askbot's own
forum , does not allow you to set up a local log-in account.
If you dare suggest that you do not want to have a third party social
media account, you run the risk of at least one TDF board member calling
you a "paranoid" freak .
I was working with a small (only 40-50 seat) client company on a
proposal for migrating to LibreOffice. Mistakenly, in the process of
showing them the software's features, I demonstrated the new "Help ->
Send Feedback" "Ask a question" option, which ultimately leads to the
AskLibO site. The client asked me why they or their staff would be
required to have a third party social media account to use that service.
Unlike some TDF board members, I do not make it a practice to tell my
clients that they need to get a life and get over their stupid "paranoia".
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