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hi.  i am an entusiastic fun of libreoffice, doing tests end promoting it in different ways. i have 
to say that the software gives me more than i need both in quality and functions  (i am a single 
user writing essays and dissertations),  i partecipate both in the marketing and user mailing 
lists. i have read sometimes that sometimes institutional or enterprise users ask for some new 
functions such as document modifications history or multiuser functions.  the problen is wether 
these suggestions go to developers in an appropriate, understandable form.  

The idea is that the document foundation should have somewhere a public page to 
allow people     posting their suggestions or voting for the ones posted by 
other people.  I think it should be like a pool working about like this.  a page with a list of 
suggestions or 
subjects where you can vote for one (which you think is important -  with a few limitations like 
just one vote for each issue from each ip 
address to avoid cheating).  otherwise you can send a message or email 
message with the proposal of a new suggestion (a first filter 
to avoid duplicates and to insert simply voices like eg 'automatic names for text documents instead 
of noname' or  'dwg data import filer'   
instead of  'hi, my name is...  i would like to have...').
At the end
 developers would find a list like:  'most voted suggestions:  a) 
cappuccino - 200 votes;  b) coffee - 180 votes;   c) black coffee - 160 
votes'   and so on.   It means a concise and unique  list of suggestions
 to consider and think about.
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