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Call for Talks

Apache OpenOffice (formerly OpenOffice.org) is coming again to FOSDEM in Brussels, for the first time as an Apache Top-Level Project. Our community has a new structure, friendly and open, and new developers are especially welcome.

We invite submissions of talks for the Apache OpenOffice devroom, to be held on Saturday, 2 February 2013, 9.00 to 17.30.

If you have something interesting to say about Apache OpenOffice or the ODF format from a technical point of view (code, extensions, localization, QA, tools... but also less known functions or creative ways to use the program) please share it with us!

It doesn't need to be long or serious, short and funny contributions are very appreciated too. Just make sure to specify an estimated length for your talk (10, 20, 30 minutes), as well as a proposed title, description and a few lines about yourself.

Deadline is Sunday, 23 December 2012. Accepted talks will be published by 10 January 2013. Limited funding may be available for accepted speakers in need.

Please add your talk proposals to the table below.

You can send any questions to our development mailing list: dev@openoffice.apache.org

Practical information

  • The Apache OpenOffice devroom will be held all day Saturday 2 February 2013, Brussels
  • The room setup will include microphone and projector
  • More details about FOSDEM 2013 are at https://fosdem.org/2013/

Submitted talks

Copy the table below and add your talk proposal! If you don't have an account, please sign up for one (top right).

Title

Your talk title

Speaker

Your name

Duration

10, 20, 30 minutes?

Description

Your talk in 1-2 paragraphs

Speaker Information

Something about yourself and your experience with Apache OpenOffice

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