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LibreOffice Conference needs you!

Filed under: Conference, Meetings — Florian Effenberger @ 11:00

The next LibreOffice Conference, the annual gathering of all project members, users and interested parties, takes place in Berlin, Germany, from October 17th to 19th, with an additional community day on the 16th.

We are still looking for lectures and talks from end-users, developers, community members, and everyone else who can contribute something interesting on LibreOffice, The Document Foundation and the OpenDocument format.

The call for papers runs

    including August 15th,
    i.e. next Wednesday

All details on sending in your papers are available at

Looking forward to your proposals and to meeting you in Berlin!


  1. Love the product if I am the only one that will be using it. I have run into compatibility issues when sending a document containing clipart to someone using MSWord and also using the drawing package for photos that I want to save as a jpeg so that I can have them printed.

    Comment by teresa adams — 2012/08/11 @ 11:00

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