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On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 10:56 AM, Italo Vignoli <>wrote:

On 12/26/2010 08:44 AM, Marc Paré wrote:

Is there anyone representing Canada? If not, I would like to be part of
this list. I have constructed the Canadian part of the marketing wiki

Hi Marc, at the moment the list is not based on geographies but on age (in
terms of affiliation with the OOo and TDF projects): We are going to open in
to new contributors soon.

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This is the point I was making in another with Charles.  If Marc has not
contributed enough in the marketing area as of yet, I am hard pressed to
know who has, other than the select few from the Steering Committee,  This
is the problem as I see it.  We have too many private lists that you have to
be invited to to make this project transparent enoug, I came over from in the hopes that my contributions to the project would be

Maybe I am just having one of them days, but it is answers like this that
make me that way.  TDF was brought online 3 months ago, and I know as soon
as it was announced I was here, and so was Marc.  So there is really no way
there could be anyway to be affilitated with TDF longer than that.


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