Meetings Archive

LibreOffice community events: Cyprus and Japan

Happy new year! But before we really get into 2019, here are a couple of short event reports from our LibreOffice communities around the world, for events in December 2018. A big thanks to the organisers for their work, and the participants – you’re all doing a great job to boost the community, improve LibreOffice,

Report: LibreOffice Bug Hunting Session in Taiwan

LibreOffice’s worldwide community is active in many parts of the project – in development, localisation, documentation, design, marketing and more. There’s also the Quality Assurance (QA) community, which focuses on identifying and fixing bugs. At a recent event in Taiwan, a Bug Hunting Session took place to check bug reports, as

LibreOffice localisation sprint: Bengali

LibreOffice’s localisation communities translate the software’s user interface and documentation. They help to make a powerful office suite available to millions of people around the world, in over 100 languages! Biraj Karkamar reports on a recent localisation event in India:

Ten people participated in our sprint in Kolkata, on November 11. We

Quick report: LinuxDays and OpenAlt in Czech Republic

Want to help spread the word about LibreOffice, free software and open standards? Attend a local computing event, and tell people about it! Stanislav Horáček writes about some recent events in the Czech Republic…

With our LibreOffice booth, Zdeněk Crhonek and I attended the two biggest Czech FOSS events, LinuxDays in Prague and

Munich Hackfest, October 2018: Roundup and photos

Hackfests are great opportunities for LibreOffice developers and community members to meet face-to-face, work on new features, fix bugs and enjoy good food! In late October, CIB hosted a hackfest in Munich, Germany, with 25 participants over the three days.

Check out the achievements section for full details on the results, but in

Quick report: LibreOffice training in İstanbul

Gökhan Gurbetoğlu from our Turkish community organised some LibreOffice training earlier this month. Here’s his summary:

It was a two-day training, 2-3 October 2018, from 10:00 to 17:00. The training took place in İstanbul, as part of the Open Source in Public Institutions Conference’s local sessions (Kamu Açık Kaynak Konferansı).

There were 25 trainees on