In my mother tongue both for and to have the same meaning, therefore it is hard for (is it being correctly used here?) me to know when I should use one instead of the other.
After some google's searches into the question I verified that the former must be used when we want to refer to a purpose or when something is to the benefit of somebody.
The latter is used when something is moved or transferred between locations or in the direction of a location.
We are going to open this plan for public discussion to individuals and organizations interested in maintaining and advancing Thunderbird in the future.
In the above sentence I'm still unable to understand why we use those prepositions; can anyone help on the subject?