Le 2010-11-05 09:41, drew a écrit :
On Fri, 2010-11-05 at 13:34 +0930, Michael Wheatland wrote:
The Ubuntu Community has suggested what is called a 'We Menu' which
adds a community aspect to the OS.
Might be an idea for LibreOffice?
I agree there is good, possibly, stuff- for a good part of this week,
when I had time, I've been crawling all over the Ubuntu sites ( on the
IRC channel and Mailing list) talking to folks and reading about how
they handle team building / support / reporting.
There is some great stuff there - to be honest I doubt we will find much
interest here in TDF - but I'll be trying over the next couple of days.
I suspect we have many people sitting on the sidelines lurking. We just
have to find interesting ways for them to join in. I a proponent of
getting people and encouraging people to join. Often times, people feel
that their skills are not enough to help in any kind of way as the
chatter they see on the mailists are from some of the most/very skilled
website architects. It's just a matter of encouragement and prodding
that will get our "silent" members to join and participate where they
We should install these community binding tools. I believe that we can
have enough interest to make use of these tools.
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