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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <dennis.hamil...@acm.org>
Subject RE: User facing web items - the Education sites
Date Sat, 18 Jun 2011 17:16:55 GMT
I have a different question with regard to the links you provide. Where are OOo4Kids, OOoLight.org,
and EducOO.org hosted and who registered/leases the domain names?  I assume you are not suggesting
that they be hosted under the Apache project.

Also, just for a reality check on other aspects of this discussion, were you aware of the
terms and conditions for use of the site when you used wiki.services.openoffice.org?  

I have not seen any wiki pages that refer to the site-wide terms of use (the current OpenOffice.org
Wiki:Copyrights page does not), and I notice that accounts on the wiki are independent of
accounts at openoffice.org.  When I set up a wiki account, I was never led to the terms of
use and was only made aware of them by a link in a discussion here.

I also notice that there is at least one contributor who does not believe (or is unhappy that)
they were giving a permissive license to their contributions by default.
 
 - Dennis

PS: I also see that wiki.ooo4kids.org pages, EducOO.org, and OOoLight wiki pages are under
CC-ShareAlike and that software for ooo4kids and OOoLight are under LGPL3.  Is this software
covered by the Oracle contribution to Apache or is it something else derived from the LGPL3
OpenOffice.org base?

-----Original Message-----
From: eric b [mailto:eric.bachard@free.fr] 
Sent: Saturday, June 18, 2011 09:32
To: ooo-dev@incubator.apache.org
Subject: Re: User facing web items

Hi,


Le 18 juin 11 à 18:25, Andrea Pescetti a écrit :
>

> I agree. It wouldn't make sense to lose the forums, that are a very  
> important resource for end-users and one of the few resources that are
> still shared by OpenOffice.org and all derivatives (as the header  
> says, they support OpenOffice.org, LibreOffice, StarOffice, and  
> NeoOffice).
>


Can someone explain why OOo4Kids nor OOoLight are missing in this list ?


Thanks in advance  :-)


Regards,
Eric Bachard

-- 
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Education Project:
http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Education_Project
Projet OOo4Kids : http://wiki.ooo4kids.org/index.php/Main_Page
L'association EducOOo : http://www.educoo.org
Blog : http://eric.bachard.org/news







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