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Hi, :-)

I think the issue here is that other NL communities get freedom to
develop content on their NL site that suits them, without interference
from anyone else. But English speakers haven't had this, having to
work with an English site that seems to be considered to be everyone's
common property.

The US community has its specific needs, as does the Canadian
community. Similarly, there's genuine utility in content that is
particularly designed to market and present LibreOffice to the United
Kingdom community.

I think the problem can be solved by setting-up separate US, Canadian
and UK sites.

Personally, I'd be interested to work with people like Ian Lynch on
content for the UK, particularly targeting adoption by UK businesses,
UK local and national government, and by the UK education system.

So, I'm perfectly serious when I say that I'd like the project to now
consider that there is a United Kingdom NL community, and to grant it
the same freedom and independence that all the other NL communities

Therefore, I'm asking Christian to set-up a UK NL site, and I'll be
approaching Florian to set-up a separate UK marketing mailing list.

David Nelson

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