Hispanic LibreOffice community at esLibre Conference 2023

Xisco Fauli from The Document Foundation (the non-profit entity behind LibreOffice) writes:

On May 12 and 13, the esLibre Conference took place in Zaragoza, Spain and the Spanish-speaking LibreOffice community took the opportunity to meet in person and talk about the project.

Ismael Fanlo presented a workshop about pivot tables

…while Juan Carlos Sanz first gave a talk about LibreOffice Base, and later presented a workshop about how to use LibreOffice Base along with MySQL or MariaDB:

Next, Fran Ruedas, Rafael Espinar and Antonio J. Caba talked about the experience of migrating to LibreOffice the Ministry of Finance in Andalucia, Spain:

Mauricio Baeza presented a workshop on writing your first macro with Python:

And finally, Eloy Crespo talked about protecting your privacy with Collabora Online:

Overall, it was a great experience to be able to finally meet in person, spend some time together, get to know people involved in other open source projects, and share experiences and knowledge. See you next year!

Follow the Spanish-speaking LibreOffice community on their blog here