On 26/04/2011 07:16, David Nelson wrote:
Hi Sophie, :-)
Alfresco is now being investigated/adopted/possibly adopted by Spanish
and Brazilian team people, and I see that a space has also been
created for German content, too. So there is indeed some
uptake/interest among certain localizers. As such, I feel it does
merit listing with the other available resources.
Alfresco is a product with considerable potential, and I think it's
too early to have any "reactionary" negative attitudes to it. As with
the many other tools used for LibreOffice contribution, there is no
*obligation* to use it if you don't want to. But that doesn't mean we
have to conceal in from other contributors.
Does this seem like a reasonable standpoint?
You are mixing localization and documentation, please don't confuse
people on this point. We have no extra time to loose with all this,
thanks to understand it.
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