Nino Novak schrieb:
Somehow I feel the urge to put my 2 cents here, sorry...
On Wednesday 26 January 2011 16:00, Karl-Heinz Gödderz wrote:
Why can't both send their drafts to this list so we can decide as a
team, how to get the best of both?
Maybe it's not about the decision itself but about the process? Or even
more subtile things?
could be both.
but in the followig text you say the old is always the better.
and that is not what I think is true.
I think Sophie has her experiences in nativ language support. David is a
newbie in this.
But he can possibly give the look(?) of a person who is not so familiar
with the subject, and gives a more "naive"(?) point of view to the theme(?).
As in the past when I entered OOo there were so much information and
sometimes so bone-crushing(?) with insider-knowing I couldnt understand
what was said.
Therefore I think we should get the drafts of both to see. As in another
mail of this thread was said, possily make two pages, one for beginners
who want to join the project and another for people who select
NL-support as their special place.
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