2011/3/18 Michael Münch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Saturday 05 March 2011 22:27:02 Christoph Noack wrote:
during the OOo times it was quite common for me to "throw in ideas" :-)
Today, I'd like to do this by addressing a topic related to handling of
mail attachments on our mailing lists. Personally, I think this could be
beneficial for almost everyone getting in touch with our project.
Any news about this one?
Apart from the legal and organisational discussions I really like the
technical idea and I would love to see that coming.
Especially if it will be modular so that it can be used outside of the
libreoffice scope. Something like different backends for plain file
different DMS, mediawiki, ...
Have there been any discussions about the implementation, perhaps on other
What about services like Dropbox? Dropbox has a public folder where tou can
put a file and get a public URL for it. For temporary files, It works very
fine. And you still have version control, backup, access from anywhere,
uploads just putting the file in your computer's public local folder (and
it's automaticaly uploaded to the web), just to tell some advantages...
I think it's easier than set up a service in a site somewhere, huh?
Paulo de Souza Lima
Técnico em Eletrônica e Administrador
Curitiba - PR
Linux User #432358
Ubuntu User #28729
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