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From janI <j...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Saw your prop at apache mailing list
Date Wed, 17 Jul 2013 12:28:04 GMT
On 17 July 2013 13:32, Hans Langsholt <langsholt@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi
> To any that might be interested.
>
> First I must say I am an individual, not a Company. An individual with
> different ideas, this is one of them. And to get ideas from ideas to
> something more ideas we need each other like in open Office. Thats way I
> Reach out to you.
>
> When this is said, I can't tell specficly what the service is before
> eventually a signed NDA or you send a reply that you not will copy or
> relieve the idea to others without my concent.
>
> *When this is said.*
>
> I have an idea that is free for users and that companies might pay to use.
> This service is something every company needs without knowing it today,
> this since such a service is not being made good enough yet. Additions to
> main service can be other services that also will drive traffic or get an
> extra Income.
>
> Since I am an private individual I need to make this Project With other
> likeminded. To attract Developers it could be a joint venture.
> Perhaps the service can be based on a wiki Product or other opensource
> Product but it need to be streamlined and developed New features to
> penetrate the actual market we want.
> The goal is to create a Product we all can get a Income from in future.
>
> *Look forward for your reply and views.*
>

On this list our prime interest is Apache OpenOffce and the ecosystem
around it, we welcome everybody who wants to use and/or extent the
ecosystem (meaning not only the code, but also documentation, QA etc). If
you seek general developers unrelated to AOO, this is not a good list to
use.

For general open source projects, apache software foundation offers a place
called http://labs.apache.org/ where new ideas can be tested with
cooperation and help from others.

Having said that, you message is out, and you will see who respond.

rgds
jan I


> Kindly regards
>
> Langsholt
>

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