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--[[User:St|stx12]] 16:49, 22 February 2006 (CET)
--[[User:St|stx12]] 16:49, 22 February 2006 (CET)
:Could this be reformatted into a table so that it is easier to look through? --[[User:RealGrouchy|RealGrouchy]] 04:18, 28 February 2006 (CET)

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I've got a list of deployments on my website, which I'll happily add to this page as I have the time. Anyone who would like to datamine my page for info, feel free. It's here: http://www.solidoffice.com/openoffice/nyc/

I set up the headers because it seems a logical way to organize the deployments. "Private Sector" should include both for-profit and non-profit organizations that aren't connected to a government entity. Does this sound logical to everyone?

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Thanks in advance. This was intended so that we can collaborate better. Thanks for all you are doing in the wiki. These pages are great and usefull indeed. Cdriga 22:44, 14 February 2006 (CET)

guidelines for entries

I would be more impressed, if entries have the number of seats and a mandatory link. Just a question mark behind a text string doesn't look like a good reference to me.

> To add to it, include a URL or reference information > of the deployment.

We might want to move the entries not following these guidelines to a separate section or remove them.

--stx12 16:49, 22 February 2006 (CET)

Could this be reformatted into a table so that it is easier to look through? --RealGrouchy 04:18, 28 February 2006 (CET)
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