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Video interview: Heiko Tietze, LibreOffice UX mentor

At FOSDEM this year, we made video interviews with members of the LibreOffice community and staff at The Document Foundation. We’ll be editing and uploading them regularly to the blog, so stay tuned! We start with Heiko Tietze, who is The Document Foundation’s UX (user experience) mentor and works with the design community:

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LibreOffice Conference 2018: Call for location

We’re currently organising the LibreOffice Conference 2017, which will be held in Rome from September 27 – 29. But we like to plan even further ahead, so today we’re putting out a Call for Location for 2018’s conference.

Why are we doing this so early? Well, we want to give the 2018 conference organiser a chance to attend this year’s conference to see how it[…]

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2017-03-28 Tuesday.

Practice with the babes, mail. Built ESC stats, speculative crashreporter fix while doing it - a crash fix per week keeps the doctor at bay (or something). Sync with Andars, poked at Azorpid's proposal; nice. Lunch. Mail chew; toilet flush broke: stainless pin had managed to wear itself through the cheap aluminium handle casting, drilled another hole a little further back, re-assembled & hoped. Poked at another mysterious post-dispose crasher related to context menus for Aron[…]

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Video interview: Heiko Tietze, LibreOffice UX mentor

At FOSDEM this year, we made video interviews with members of the LibreOffice community and staff at The Document Foundation. We’ll be editing and uploading them regularly to the blog, so stay tuned! We start with Heiko Tietze, who is The Document Foundation’s UX (user experience) mentor and works with the design community:

The post

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