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Olivier Hallot has published a very informative post on the Brazilian blog, about LibreOffice development in Brazil.

Originally posted on LibreOffice Brasil Blog:

What has been coded in 2012? A lot.

(Brazilian developers State of the Union 2012)

It could not last too much to show up. In 2012 we were able to gather a group of volunteers developers interested in working in the code, re-factoring important parts of the code and fixing bugs. Today this group is ready to address new challenges in the code and work in its maintenance through support in level 3.


The group was scattered and dispersed, but gathered thanks to the crash-course on LibreOffice development that took place at FISL (International Forum of Open Source), where, besides making people come together and promote face-to-face conversation, we could show that the development of LibreOffice was now accessible to programmers of any skills, and no more a challenge for few fanatic aficionados. By end November, we gathered again in our first Hack-Day hosted by the SOLISC event.


We also…

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