[ubuntu-art] LibreOffice Update
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Mon Nov 15 11:47:52 GMT 2010
Hi Thorsten, :-)
On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 18:04, Thorsten Wilms <t_w_ at freenet.de> wrote:
> You use sentences like "if you have clear arguments against it, I'll
> drop the subject" and "OK, I'm ready to listen to all ideas against
> this. :-)", but then you don't wait for even a single reply before you
> carry this over to elsewhere.
In fact, I was responding to John's post, since he started this
LibO-related thread, and since the thread I started on the LibreOffice
marketing list relates directly to the communication and interaction
I'd love to ignite between the projects.
> I don't think this is fair to either project (and wherever else you may
> be posting).
Well, I'm sure no-one's mailbox is going to explode! As an
enthusiastic user of Ubuntu Linux, a supporter of the recently-formed
LibreOffice project, and a lover of FOSS software in general, I'd love
towards breaking down the barriers between FOSS projects, and
perhaps to put forward some outsider's ideas, even if people seem to find
them unorthodox and convention-breaking.
It's healthy and interesting to debate ideas constructively with an open mind.
And it's intelligent and pragmatic to recognize and accept the learnings
when all points of view have been properly examined.
> Well, my reply can be found right below your message, following that
> nabble link, now.
Thank you for your time and goodwill in replying. I plan to let this
thread sit a few days, to see what responses it brings, and then
I'll post considered responses to all the ideas and opinions put forward.
> Note that I don't doubt that you have the best intentions.
Thank you for that, Thorsten. :-) And I'm sure you do, too.
I'd like to thank you for having "stepped across the wall" and
made contact with the guys on the LibO marketing list.
I hope it will be an on-going involvement.
I really invite other people on this list to come and interact
with the TDF/LibO people, too!
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