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Not to contradict the other three responses that I've seen thus far, but yes, since the time you 
posted tgis question I have been able to access those forums and to post to them. I registered 
using FireFox for Android and found the captcha code to be a mess of special characters with what I 
rightly guessed to be the code that would unlock the kingdom buried in the middle of it. There was 
no captcha image but only that string of gibberish.

It's interesting that there are both an official set of forums through and a self 
acknowledged unofficial set of forums through

That said, I'm not a fan of forums in general, prefering rather the interaction of a mailing list 
such as this so I'm unlikely to those forums. IMO a forum is useful for archiving helpful hints and 
the like but I prefer to see active discussions pass through my eMail INBOX. I suppose that if 
there were only a single FOSS product in which I was interested then I might view a forum 
differently but I have never gotten into the browser bookmarking mentality. I also have not joined 
the social media bandwagon so I guess I'm some sort of a Luddite (sp?). Maybe it's a generational 


-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Lewicki <>
Sent: Tue, 14 Jul 2015 17:22
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Anyone log into

Tried to create an account on this page

Carefully made sure rules followed especially the captcha code but it
always reports an error with captcha code.



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