It’s the time of the year for the LibOCon gathering! The 7th edition of LibOCon was held in Rome, Italy from October 11 to October 13, 2017. The beautiful city of Rome gathered many LibreOffice contributors at Capitol Hill. As a tradition, our team was there and gave several talks. (more…)
Two weeks today on May 21st LibreOffice enthusiasts from around the world will converge on Cambridge for the first ever UK Hackfest. Hosted at Collabora’s headquarter offices, engineers, designers, translators, and first-time contributors will work together on the world’s most popular Open Source office suite over a three day sprint.
Use the printable poster below to tell your colleagues and classmates about the event, and encourage them to participate. Hackfests are the perfect opportunity to get familiar with LibreOffice for the first time — expert engineers will be happy to help you get started and solve problems together. High resolution A5 size PDF and PNG files are available, as well as editable Gimp source files.
Full details of travel, accommodation, programme, and more can be found on the dedicated Document Foundation Wiki page. See you in Cambridge!
The annual LibreOffice conference came to an end on Saturday after days of intensive planning, announcements, and presentations. We were proud to be Platinum Sponsors of the extremely well organised event, which included a Hack Night, professional training, tour of the city (including real bears!) and talks by leading LibreOffice developers, testers, and system integrators.
We took the opportunity to have a team day on Saturday and make the most of our international engineers sitting together in the same mountain-ringed room. Hacking naturally ensued, including fresh work on OpenGL support for OSX.
Of particular interest were presentations by representatives from the Brazilian and German public sectors, who explained their achievements and challenges during recent LibreOffice deployments. LibreOffice From Collabora was well represented by a variety of talks by our staff and partners.
Thanks to The Document Foundation, the University of Bern, and their respective teams for the months of planning and successful execution of a successful LibreOffice Conference 2014!