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From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: An invitation to committers to the OOo Community Forums
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2011 18:05:17 GMT
On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 1:56 PM, Terry Ellison <> wrote:
> Rob,
> This was a polite invitation to committers if they wanted to see how the
> forums operate.  I will take your -1 to mean that you don't want to take me
> up on the offer.

Let me be clearer then.  The -1 is to your proposal to invite
committers and assign them permissions to a private forum.  This is
not a technical objection, but a policy objection.  Please do not take
further steps on this until we can get a Mentor to weigh in on.



> Your reply is a valid topic but entirely off *this* topic.  Unfortunately
> since this is a DL and not a forum, I can't move this to new topic which
> relates to your point.  However, if you care to make this on another thread
> on the topic you discuss, then I will reply there.
> Can we try to maintain some thread discipline, please?
> Regards
> Terry
> On 01/09/11 17:59, Rob Weir wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 12:46 PM, Terry Ellison<>
>>  wrote:
>>> Anyone is able to join the OOo Community forums, but we also have a
>>> number
>>> of closed forums use for internal management of the site.  If any
>>> committers
>>> would like to have access to these, then just make sure that they've got
>>> an
>>> active account on the current production service (not
>>> and email me me from it requesting access.  I will then raise you to
>>> "volunteer" so that you can see the main closed forums.
>> -1
>> I propose that we eliminate any such "internal management" forums...<snip>

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