Le 16 mai 2015 15:08:39 GMT+02:00, Brad Rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
On Sat, 16 May 2015 14:17:11 +0200
"Charles-H. Schulz" <email@example.com> wrote:
The point that has not been made yet is that while support on Twitter
may seem ill fated people do ask us support questions everyday there.
Redirecting them here or on ask.libreoffice.org is very much what most
of them want to avoid so we use this optionas a last resort.
Whether people use twitter for support of LO is of no consequence to my
point, which was - if people go there with a carefully crafted 141, or
more, character support request/tweet they might be pretty miffed when
they find it's over the 140 char limit.
Of course, I see your point. Yet somehow despite the difficulty you highlight, everyday we receive
support requests from people there and we do need volunteers who could help them by answering their
questions or by redirecting them here or to other support channels.
If anyone here is interested please waive here or send me an email. The LibreOffice project is run
by volunteers mostly and this is an opportunity for you to help others; no skill in development
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