If you're interested in Web development, infrastructure administration or in contributing content, time or expertise to our website team, we're recruiting new team members.
The LibreOffice website team handles the deployment, maintenance and development of the LibreOffice project's and The Document Foundation's Web infrastructure, in accordance with the policies, guidelines and decisions of The Document Foundation's governance (currently the Steering Committee).
We're on the look-out for people with experience in Web development technologies and skills such as PHP, CSS, AJAX and MySQL, and in project management, content creation and moderation, Linux server administration, and community building.
As regards website content, the LibreOffice site contains a great deal of textual material that needs further development, and that needs quality assurance. We need people to work on technical writing about LibreOffice for our website's pages, and to check the content provided by other contributors. For this, you'd need the ability to write technical copy that also does good marketing for the suite, while bearing in mind the SEO stakes. We also need people with a gift for creative page layouts and making text communicate effectively.
Since the LibreOffice community only became an independent entity relatively recently, The Document Foundation's Web-based systems play a critically-important role in our software development work and in our community communication and cultivation.
Our tasks are to operate:
We also see our role as being to look for ways to improve and augment our Web tools and infrastructure, so as to promote The Document Foundation's and the LibreOffice community's effective communication, internally and externally.