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Hi Michael,
On 06/01/2011 23:14, Michael Wheatland wrote:

The idea is to have a suggest an extension, then approval system prior to
publishing on the extensions directory. The same theory will be used for a
templates library as they also represent high value 'addons' to out
We have been avoiding a public publishing system like a wiki for these, as
extensions and templates that we suggest also reflect on the quality of our

Can you tell me where does this come from? Where this decision has been discussed and taken and by whom? The fact that we don't use the OOo site is to satisfy a request that has nothing to do with quality.

We are an open source project, why should we prevent somebody to contribute for whatever reason? what are the criteria for the quality you're talking about, where are they written, who is the person giving the approval? That would be funny that people could contribute to OOo but not to LibO...

Thanks in advance for your answer.
Kind regards
Founding member of The Document Foundation

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