(was: ESC meeting minutes: 2022-10-20)

Andreas Mantke maand at gmx.de
Sat Oct 22 16:39:33 UTC 2022

Am 22.10.22 um 15:58 schrieb Thorsten Behrens:
> Hi Andreas, all,
> Andreas Mantke wrote:
>> I find it very shameful how much efford the board and it's members with
>> a known and possible CoI on this topic invest to not enable further
>> contributions and throw away a project which is evaluated important for
>> the future of LibreOffice and TDF.
> While I understand your frustration - as Stephan points out up-thread,
> you did significant infrastructure work on the repo - I don't find it
> particularly nice, when you try (again) to politicize a technical
> evaluation.

sorry but you try to refract. Please read my replies carefully. I'm not
talking about numbers and this is not my matter here.

And really I'm personally not frustrated. But as a member of TDF I'm
frustrated about the actions of board members, not fostering
opportunities for TDF/LibreOffice especially (online) collaborative
versions of the softwre. And I hope I'm not the only TDF/community
member who is concerned about this process.

> In this venue (with the dev list in Cc), it is not credible to claim
> someone would 'throw away' a project, or prevent further
> contributions, when you've just shown that there's no problem setting
> up shop on github easily.

And here you try to refract again. The matter is not, if one could set
up a project else where (like another LibreOffice Online fork), but if a
collaborative work could be done on the resources and under the umbrella
of TDF. There were times, when TDF was eager to broaden its OSS basis
and try to convince further OSS projects / initiatives to join the


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