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On Mon, 2011-01-31 at 07:56 +0100, Stefan Weigel wrote:
Hi Michael,

Am 31.01.2011 04:31, schrieb Michael Wheatland:

IMO if we wish to establish LibreOffice as a brand


it has become clear that we need LibreOffice branded forums for
product marketing purposes


We still *are* the (true) community and we still
*are* developing We just use another name due to
some legal issue.

For me, there is absolutely nothing against presenting support for
LibreOffice at sites that use branding.

Hi Stefan,

I believe your opinion on that is well known. I would hope that you can
accept that community members on the project that are not
on this project may disagree. 

I can tell you with absolute certainty that some of the people
responsible for the decision to support Libo on OO.o project specific
sties are doing so out of the same feeling of inclusiveness they applied
when supporting Go-OO and NeoOffice. Further that during the discussion
to do so there was at no time an agreement in any way that Libo = OO.o
but there was and is the acceptance that the time will come when the two
products are not close enough to be supported on a single site.

Best wishes


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