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On 3/9/11 4:35 PM, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:

The point is not to prohibit people to use their own tools. It is to
avoid confusion (OOoES is not TDF and I don't see why OOoES should
dictate anything to the rest of the Spanish speaking contributors) and
also that TDF feels there's a problem with respect to how OOOES is
handling its positioning (no, no conflict of interest, but a lack of
transparency in how it deals with its contributions to several
projects). So while people are free to contribute through various
teams, it is also the right of TDF to choose how and with whom it wants
to work.

Charles, we have to act once and for all. Alexandro wants to maintain the power he has been given by the OOo community, and does not want us to develop an independent Spanish community. The reality is that OOoES represents only Alexandro and his friends, and I do not think that we will loose anything by alienating them, while - on the contrary - I think that we are losing a huge opportunity with the Spanish community if we don't act immediately and ban Alexandro from our servers.

He will never behave in the proper way. We all know him, and the damages he has done to the OOo Spanish community (which has never been a real community). If we continue to keep the door open we will never get a transparent situation, and the outside world will continue to think that we are behind Alexandro.

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