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From Andy Brown <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] RE: SVN and bringing the total end-to-end OOo project under Configuration Management
Date Tue, 30 Aug 2011 00:49:42 GMT
Rob Weir wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 8:15 PM, Andy Brown<>  wrote:
>> Rob Weir wrote:
>> Much clipped to save space.
>>> Look at  They get tons of traffic though they
>>> are independent of the OOo and get no advantage from the URL or any
>>> official relationship to the project.
>> If you look on the support page at OOo you will find the oooforum listed as
>> The (unofficial) OpenOffice forum.  The "Official" forum is not listed.
> If I go to the support page [1] I see a link that says:
> "The Community Forum -- The premier forum for
> users; immensely useful and recommended"
> I only see the "unofficial" forum down at the bottom, under "Other Free Support"
> But even that is fine.  We can link to other sources of information
> from the project's websites.  We ought to. The universe does not begin
> and end with Apache OpenOffice.  But for that part of the universe
> which is in Apache OpenOffice, the word "Apache" means something.
> [1]
>> Andy

I think you intended [i].  The page you reference is to the "official" 
forum's introduction.  But I agree that I missed the "official" forum 
listing in the support page.



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