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On 11-01-17 02:32 PM, Alexandro Colorado wrote:
2011/1/17 Fabián Rodríguez <>


This is last week's report on activity for the "Ask LibreOffice" Q&A
site at Shapado.

I'll get future reports in English. Here's the translation:

4 questions were created
8 answers were provided
6 people voted
9 badges were issues

This account has 50 users

I just checked and it's 55 now, so it's a good start although slow on #
of questions (which is not really a big surprise).

This week I'll be focusing on better integration and visibility for
current LibO sites & resources. As usual, any comments & suggestions are

maybe we can look for an open source implementation of shapado (ideastorm)
and install it on the libreoffice serves so we can host these Q&A. I think
there are similar projects such as ThinkUp from LifeHacker -

However this is a good pilot to see if it's worth it to consider it for
future implementations, I will also notify the web team.

Hi Alexandro,

Shapado *is* free open source software under the GNU Affero General
Public License.

When I introduced it here a couple of week ago I indicated one of the
end goals could be to have it hosted on TDF's / LibO's infrastructure,
for now using the hosted instance saves time & effort doing so. If/when
the time comes, we can move the data.

There's lots of potential in Shapado and many other groups are making it
evolve, but I like it mainly because of its l10n support and quick
response from its devs.



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