A new virtual meeting of the Hispanic Community was held

Daniel Armando Rodriguez writes:

Yesterday, in the Ibero-American afternoon/evening, the Hispanic LibreOffice Community gathered for the third consecutive month, with panelists who covered different topics related to the office suite.

The event was broadcast live on YouTube. The activity began at 16:00 UTC, extended for just over 6 hours and featured speakers from 6 nationalities, recognized for their participation and collaboration in the project.

  • Italo Vignoli, from Italy, one of the founding members of TDF provided a complete overview of the Open Document Format.
  • Olivier Hallot, from Brazil, another of the founding members presented different Translation Tools.
  • Rafael Espinar, from Spain, spoke with Antonio Caba and Francisco Rueda about the impact of migration.
  • Xiomara Céspedes, from Costa Rica, presented Migration at the University of Costa Rica.
  • Paul Janzen, from Paraguay, gave a talk on the Migration Experiences of the Philadelphia School in Paraguay.
  • Ameck Bozo, from Venezuela, gave a detailed tour of the creation of a Dashboard in Calc.
  • José Gatica, from Chile, presented the Migration of a vulnerable school.
  • Klaibson Ribeiro, from Brazil, presented LibreOffice Online.
  • Gustavo Pacheco, also from Brazil, spoke about the importance of participating as a member of TDF.

This was, of course, an open event – free and aimed at anyone interested in learning more about LibreOffice. Also, we thank our friend Servio from the Latin Community of Free Technologies, who managed the live broadcast through YouTube. All the talks are available in the LibreOffice Hispano channel – here’s a playlist:

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