Le 2011-02-14 22:20, David Nelson a écrit :
I just wanted to say that, personally, I think there's justification
for uk.libreoffice.org, us.libreoffice.org and ca.libreoffice.org.
AFAIK, the SC is going to discuss the issue, so I guess there will be
a decision about that.
For me, a simple en.libreoffice.org will not solve the problem. The US
community/market has special needs. The Canadian community/market has
special needs plus the issue of bilingualism. And the UK
community/market is quite a different context from either of them.
Speaking for myself only, this will be my last 2 cents on the matter.
I'll wait to see what the SC says.
Thanks for the note, and ... sorry I missed the UK in my argument. Duh!
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