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From Dave Fisher <dave2w...@comcast.net>
Subject Re: Blog Draft: OpenOffice.org Migration -- The Community Forums
Date Wed, 16 Nov 2011 03:56:25 GMT


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On Nov 15, 2011, at 8:07 PM, Donald Whytock <dwhytock@gmail.com> wrote:

> Nice effort put into this.  Some grammar-weenie-ings and thoughts...
> 
> -- "including of ones own posts" should be "including of one's own posts".
> 
> -- "Forum operation  More-experienced" should be "Forum operation.
> More-experienced".
> 
> -- "The Forums embrace all of the descendants of the original
> StarOffice/OpenOffice.org that have become siblings in the
> OpenOffice.org galaxy.  Tips and solutions in the use of one release
> are often useful to users of a product cousin having the same
> feature."  Given descendants and siblings, what is a "cousin"?  Is
> this a term of art[1]?  Does it refer to a branch within OOo, or a
> branch outside of OOo such as LO?

We've learned that peers is a term that works with LO. I would suggest that or  related. This
way no one will get hung up on relational distance and who is the black sheep of the family.

Regards,
Dave

> 
> -- "The OpenOffice.org Community Forums are one way that the Web
> connects users of OpenOffice.org-related products.  There are
> additional communities across the Internet with similar concerns as
> well as different specialties.  These can employ mailing lists,
> Internet news groups, and other web-based forums.  The Web and search
> engines bring the different resources of these communities into the
> reach of each other and users everywhere.   The OpenOffice.org
> Community Forums are now continuing as a substantial resource of that
> extended community." Not sure this paragraph is as useful as a
> statement that URLs have been preserved to keep existing search-engine
> repositories useful, which the next two paragraphs come close to
> saying.  On the other hand, it might look good on a "Where to Get
> Help" page on the site.
> 
> -- Closing paragraph?  Something along the lines of, "See?  Wasn't
> that cool?"  Or alternately, "Y'all come!"
> 
> Don
> 
> [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Term_of_art

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