Just about one more week, and this years’ LibreOffice Conference takes place in Berlin. I would like to remind you that the deadline for the registration ends tomorrow,
Monday, October 8th, 2012, at 21:59 UTC
If you want to attend the conference, and didn’t register so far, we urge you to do so within the deadline at
The LibreOffice Conference 2012 takes places in a public building of German ministries, and without proper registration, you can not enter the event. So, in your own interest, please ensure you meet the deadline.
In case you do not want to attend the conference yet, I’d like to advertise a bit more. Our program committee has invested lots of time to make this conference an unforgettable, noteworthy event, and we are proud to have a program with a vivid mixture of development, community, marketing, infrastructure and many other working areas of the LibreOffice project:
Last but not least, this is your chance to meet the faces behind the LibreOffice community: developers, marketeers, admins, localizers, documentation writers, designers and many, many more. We’ll all have a great time in Berlin, and want you to be a part of it!
Taking place at the conference center of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi), and sponsored by leading players Canonical, Google and SerNet, it is not only the annual gathering of the worldwide community, but also meeting point for governmental and corporate adopters and innovators.
Looking forward to meeting you in Berlin!