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Hi David,

On Tuesday 26 April 2011 19:50, David Nelson wrote:
Hi Nino,

Just so history does not get twisted, the true facts are that I had
originally added a link to the LibreOffice Alfresco platform in the
LibreOffice wiki top menu, alongside the links to other LibO/TDF
resources. Klaus-Jürgen Weghorn arbitrarily removed it. I put it back

Maybe I confused something but I did not want to talk about the Alfresco 
link at all as I only had a look at the Litmus thread. 

As regards the Litmus link, I saw there was a Litmus link in the wikt
top menu so I updated site pages with links to Litmus
- an act of innocent goodwill!

None of that is any justification for the stupid rudeness and
unpleasantness of some people's reactions

Could you explain me please what kind of stupid rudenes you perceive in 
Sophie's words I'm citing here below:

On Tuesday 26 April 2011 06:09, Sophie Gautier wrote:
Hi all,

Could you please remove the link to The Litmus QA tool until it is
ready to use? We have still a lot of work on it before people can
freely use it. It will only add us extra work to explain why the tool
is close for the moment and have not tests.
Thanks in advance for your comprehension. I'll tell you when the tool
is ready for publicity, until that, thanks to keep the information
away from the main site. 


For me this does not sound rude nor stupid. It's just a technical 
request with an explanation.


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