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On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Bernhard Dippold <> wrote:

Hi Drew, all,
I'm quite sure that a forum (either Sam's, any other or a totally new one)
can be integrated in the future Drupal website, but for the next months I
don't think we should spend too much time in a forum integration in the
SilverStripe website.

Integration of Sam's forum with Drupal is probably pretty easy considering
the forum IS Drupal. It would be a matter of copying nodes. Simple. As for
the integration of a Drupal site and a Silverstripe site as you are
suggesting... Wouldn't it be easier just to launch the Drupal site when it
is ready, I don't see it taking until April.

If redirecting to
http://libreofficeforum.orgwould be easy from technical and legal POV,
it would be worth to be

IMO I am strongly opposed to fracturing the community into bits. It happened
with OOo, let's not let it happen here. We have a plan to integrate ALL
communication systems through thr Drupal site, so that the same discussion
is not occurring in two places with different outcomes. I don't have a
problem with other people setting up offsite systems as long as any and all
decisions happen on the official communication channels setup by TDF and not
in a small group isolated from the main community.

Michael Wheatland

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