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Hi Drew, *,

Am Montag, 20. Juni 2011, 20:46:41 schrieb drew:
On Mon, 2011-06-20 at 20:32 +0200, Andreas Mantke wrote:
Hi Marc, *,

Am Montag, 20. Juni 2011, 20:10:58 schrieb Marc Paré:
It always was, the problem is that we do not have access at the service
level only the public view of the site and the address is hidden - for
most of the extensions this is not a problem as the address is in the

currently the OOo-Ext-Site seemed to offline again.
It's a necessary date that the author of a "project" had to provide in
the new environment. The admin could always look for that mail address

As I said at the old site also - you must register with an email address
to upload, or even comment for that matter IIRC, to either extensions or

Yes, I know.
That will also be necessary for the LibO-Ext-Site.

The problem is most acute when all you have is the template file.

Now that I think about it someone could ask, nicely, if the current
admin at the oo.o site would be willing to do a mass mailing to the
submitters - they could do that for sure, how hard it would be I can't
say for sure, but it shouldn't be all that much.

In fact maybe the people to ask are at Apache now and the database is on
OSU OSL servers - so I think this is a good avenue to explore.

You could try this. But I think the issue is, that we need to handle the answers of 
the authors. The easiest answer would be "go ahead", but I think there would not only 
such easy answers from the authors. Some of them would want some information or have 
some questions. Thus we need some humans to execute this tasks ;-)

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