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From Juergen Schmidt <jogischm...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Instructions about how to retain access to the OpenOffice Templates website, now hosted at SourceForge
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2012 06:23:07 GMT
On Thursday, 29. March 2012 at 23:40, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
> FYI, all ...
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: communityteam@sourceforge.net [mailto:communityteam@sourceforge.net] 
> Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2012 14:19
> To: dennis.hamilton@acm.org
> Subject: Instructions about how to retain access to the OpenOffice Templates website,
now hosted at SourceForge
> 
> Dear OpenOffice.org Templates user,
> 
> As you may have heard, Oracle contributed the OpenOffice.org (OOo) code to
Why do you talk from code only? It is far more including the trademarks, domains.
 
> Apache in June 2011. As part of this move, we are about to lose access to
> the servers that formerly hosted the OpenOffice.org website and various
> other online services associated with the project, included the Templates
> websites.
> 
> 

loose access to the servers sounds very negative. We should describe it differently, friendlier

As part of the migration we had to move all services to Apache servers or other hosting services
like sourceforge who offered help...
 
> 
> Since SourceForge is currently hosting the Templates website, in
> collaboration with the Apache OpenOffice community we are working to help
> you to smoothly retain full control over your existing Templates
> credentials.
> 
> All you need to do is to go to the following page and reset your password:
> 
> http://templates.services.openoffice.org/en/user/password
> 
> Whatever was your role at the OpenOffice.org community, we'd like to say
> thank you for your past contributions, and we look forward to see you help
> also the Apache OpenOffice community to succeed. 
> 
> 


 Drop this paragraph, I don't see any value here. It sounds again very negative and as OpenOffice.org
would be dead. The only thing that changed here is the user management.

We should explain the facts an should try to describe it positive and maybe give an outlook
...

Juergen

> We want also to take the
> chance to inform you that the Apache OpenOffice Templates and Apache
> OpenOffice Extensions were the first and second, respectively, on the last
> week's list of top-growth projects. That is, downloads for these two
> collections grew more in the last week than any other project on
> SourceForge.
> 
> You maybe interested in knowing who are the top 10 Templates or which are
> the top countries by download, see below for more information.
> 
> Top 10 Templates
> 
> Basic Resume: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/1312
> Tri Fold Brochure: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/3067
> This Is a Resume: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/6575
> Business card template: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/1163/
> 2012 Month/Year Calendar and Planner with Holidays.
> http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/8321
> DIN Brief mit Fenster links: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/5039/
> Chronological Resume: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/6431
> Resume Template: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/3083
> Project Management Template with Gantt Schedule creation:
> http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/5927/
> Simple Resume: http://aoo-templates.sourceforge.net/en/node/6407/
> 
> Top Countries by Downloads:
> 
> 1. United States
> 2. Germany
> 3. Canada
> 4. France
> 5. UK
> 6. Italy
> 7. Spain
> 8. Japan
> 9. Russia
> 10. Australia
> 
> Downloads by Operative Systems:
> 
> 1. Windows 84.40%
> 2. Macintosh 13.76%
> 3. Linux 2.84%
> 
> The SourceForge Community Team 


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