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Marketing & PR at TDF in the second half of 2016

In terms of marketing and PR, a large free software project is quite similar to a large corporation. In fact, activities are following each other without interruption: major and minor product announcements, global events and local events, community fostering projects, and day to day activities (such as working with journalists).

In addition, there are the so called back […]

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LibreOffice contributor interview: Hazel Russman

A new year begins, and we kick off with our first LibreOffice contributor interview of 2017. This time we’re talking to Hazel Russman who helps out with documentation and translations…

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

I’m British and live in North London. I don’t do social media but I have a web page at www.hrussman.entadsl.com.

Do you work for a LibreOffice-related compa[…]

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Hack-(rest-of-the)-week at Collabora

As mentioned in the blog post of Mike already, last month we were allowed to hack on anything we want in LibreOffice for a few days. I used this time to progress with 3 different topics.

Stepping through TextBoxes using the keyboard

Given that a Writer shape with a TextBox is internally two shapes, this needed explicit support. After my

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DIY UI: How to create your own Notebookbar

Introduced recently with the MUFFIN concept, the Notebookbar is a blank canvas where controls can be placed and arranged freely. It offers all freedom to users who are not afraid to fiddle around with an integrated develop[…]

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