On 06/29/2011 01:19 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
IMHO, nothing wrong with throwing it out on the discussion thread
(again) to keep it live, expect to be told by some that it has already
been discussed. If you want to make your point on this, put it out at
that point, and, if you think you can present a good solid case for
it, add it to the "ideas" wiki page for future reference. It will come
up again for sure. I know as an educator, this is also what I would
want with LibreOffice, and, more in particular, if this were even
possible on a LAN as well as on the net.
Thank you for the comments, Marc.
From what I gather, the discussion list would be the main venue for
getting a feature request vetted. I also understand this particular
topic has been hashed out before. I guess I'll lurk a bit on the list
while waiting for an opportunity to reintroduce (or sustain) the idea.
As far as the 'ideas' wiki page, are you referring to the following?
With respect to "even possible on a LAN," I'm not sure the engineering
requirements would be any simpler on a LAN as opposed to the Internet.
Interesting idea though.
Lastly, you wrote:
I'd hoped the post I'd made would be considered a good, solid case. Do
you have any recommendations for making it such?
if you think you can present a good solid case for it
Again, I appreciate the comments. I'm hoping to make a lasting and
positive contribution through my efforts here.
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