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November 27th, 2008, 08:14 AM
Hola muchachos, amigos y hermanos en Software Libre. He recibido un mensaje de parte de Florian Effenberger de OpenOffice.org

Acaban de anunciar un foro de OpenOffice.org para los usuarios que hablen castellano o español. El foro puede ser accedido desde esta dirección: http://user.services.openoffice.org

No tengo tiempo de traducirlo, asi que voy a copiar y pegar el mensaje:


OpenOffice.org Users' Community Forum celebrates first anniversary with launch of its newest site, "Foro oficial de la comunidad (http://user.services.openoffice.org/es/forum)"

The Spanish language web forum opened to the public on November 21, 2008 with Alexandro Colorado and Richard Holt as the forum administrators. Alexandro states that: "The OpenOffice.org Spanish project is proud to announce a fully functional user support forum. A place for the community to unite with users to improve the overall level of support that users require. The forum will provide a new user experience and quick feedback."

Launched on November 17th, 2007 as a single English language web forum with 25 members, the OpenOffice.org Users' Community Forum has flourished to now hosting six native language web forums. It has grown to a registered membership in excess of 21,390 strong, has seen over 24,490 topics with more than 130,000 individual postings, and is on target to exceed 500,000 page views per month before the end of this year.

The release of OpenOffice.org 3.0 this October brought a fast growing group of new users, the Mac OS X users, to the sites. This influx prompted a call for volunteers to help answer these new users' questions, a call that was answered by the OpenOffice.org community at large - demonstrating once again the vitality of our extended community and its ability to deliver quality support to new and experienced users alike.

The Volunteers at the community forums would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all those in the OpenOffice.org Community that helped make this first year such a resounding success and look forward to continue "helping users, help each other".

The OpenOffice.org Users' Community Forum