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From Cor Nouws <>
Subject Re: OOo - Lines in the sand and pre-determined conclusions...
Date Fri, 03 Jun 2011 20:50:43 GMT
Hi Jim, all,

<short intro>
Long time contributor in various areas. Mainly 
LibreOffice since Sept. 2010. One of the founders there.
Now looking at a Thinderbird folder with more than 300 mails, of which 
I've only read a few up until now :-)
Living in The Netherlands, so If I skip in an hour or so, it is because 
of the time zone ;-)
</short intro>

Jim Jagielski wrote (03-06-11 22:14)
> Posts such as:
> certainly don't help. It just reinforces a perceived division
> as well as almost forcing the "other side" to take a defensive
> stance.
> It's a shame.

I do not understand why that should be a shame.
All I read is explanation of the situation, among which implicitly an 
important difference: the copy-left versus non copy-left. That is a 
personal style, choice that is one of the reasons d'ĂȘtre of LibreOffice.
Indeed a line in the sand. But putting ones head in the sand, by not 
acknowledging it, would make little sense IMO.

Kind regards,

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