Interviews Archive

Community Member Monday: Onyeibo Oku

LibreOffice is a truly international project – its user interface has been translated into over 100 languages, and our community is made up of contributors all across the globe. Today we talk to Onyeibo Oku from Nigeria, who is helping to promote LibreOffice and open standards…

Tell us a bit about you!

I live

Community Member Monday: Ahmad Haris

Today we talk to Ahmad Haris, who helps out with LibreOffice events in Asia, and has recently joined The Document Foundation’s Membership Committee. (Click here to learn more about the benefits of membership.) Here’s what he had to say…

Where do you live, how can people find you on the web,

Interview: Guilhem Moulin on LibreOffice infrastructure and services

A large free and open source software project like LibreOffice requires a lot of infrastructure, to support our users, developers and worldwide community. Today we speak to Guilhem Moulin, who is in charge of TDF’s infrastructure and services, about new developments and how others can get involved…

To start, please give us

Community Member Monday: Battsengel Ichinnorov

It’s time for another LibreOffice contributor interview! Today we speak to Battsengel Ichinnorov, a new TDF member, who helps to localise LibreOffice for Mongolian users…

Where do you live, and are you active on any social media?

I live in Munich, Germany, and I follow The Document Foundation and

Community Member Monday: Sam Tuke

Over the last few years we’ve posted many LibreOffice contributor interviews on this blog. Today, we catch up with Sam Tuke who is a member of the marketing community and helps out with QA too…

Where do you live, and are you active on IRC/social media?

I live in Berlin, Germany. Originally I’m

LibreOffice interview: Andreas Kainz talks about new icons and the Notebookbar

Andreas Kainz

LibreOffice’s design community works on improving the user interface of the software. Today we talk to Andreas Kainz, who has created new icon themes and made improvements to the Notebookbar, an experimental and alternative user interface layout that will become an option in future