On 3/9/11 1:58 PM, Florian Effenberger wrote:
Took several days working and working hard on marketing lists, users,
support, and others in Spanish. Recently I talked with some people who
told me that everything related to LibreOffice in Spanish is being led
by http://oooes.org/, the idea seems good but not when I think people
there are as much help Partial use OOo
How can we avoid this insane situation? No one has authorized oooes.org
to represent TDF and LibreOffice, and the fact that they are doctoring
the "listas the correo" page is a total abuse.
I would really like to have that page changed ASAP, making it very clear
that oooes.org - as the name implies - is representing only OOo and has
no connections with LibreOffice. Unfortunately, I understand Spanish but
I am not a native speaker, so I cannot change the page.
Should we issue a formal statement with a press release? There are many
Spanish journalists who are covering TDF and LibreOffice, and I think
they would be happy to write about our statement.
I have copied Jesus, and I would like to bring this unfortunate
situation to the attention of the steering committee. It looks like we
are dealing with people that want to create a deliberate confusion with
users (they have got lessons from Oracle).
We cannot afford to have the Spanish community handled in the same way
as OOo, because we all know what happened there (and we do not want the
situation to be the same).
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