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From Alexandro Colorado <...@openoffice.org>
Subject Re: Oh, let's not forget @openoffice.org too
Date Mon, 20 Jun 2011 21:43:05 GMT
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 9:04 AM, Dick Groskamp <th.groskamp@quicknet.nl>wrote:

> Op 20-6-2011 14:33, Rob Weir schreef:
>
>  I'm having difficulty reconciling the openoffice.org email forwarding
>> service with how Apache projects work.
>>
>> Having such an address appears to suggest that the person is
>> representing the project,or at the very least is a member of the
>> project.  But we speak as individuals, both in the project and
>> externally.  If we're suggesting that we represent the project, then
>> that is incorrect.  There are exceptions, as outlined in the "multiple
>> hats" description [1] , where a PMC Chair or other Apache officers
>> might need to speak authoritatively on policy matters.  But that is
>> not the typical case.
>>
>> And remember, committers are given email forwards via an a.o email
>> address.  So there is no functional requirement that I can see for an
>> OOo address, other than the conventional postmaster and admin
>> addresses.
>>
>>  +1   I agree. If the same service can be delivered with a.o-email, why
> hang on to OOo-email.
>       That might complicate matters unnessisarily
>
>      DiGro@openoffice.org
>
>
-1 I think making the switch will complicate things even more.


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>
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