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Hi :)

Accessibility is 5th on the list!  I've not noticed where it's been
positioned before but it feels like a good opportunity for someone
from this mailing list to present a proposal on any relevant issue.
Perhaps quite a few people on this list have useful things to say or
could form a work-group to present something together?

How does this all work?  I take it this first stage is to 'just' write
a paper and send it in.  What normally happens next?  Apparently there
might be some funds available to cover travel and accommodation if
that is relevant (ie if it's not some sort of video conference or
something).  I'm not sure how much but it's something that you could
explore or ask about on the marketing mailing list or somewhere.
Regards from
Tom :)

On 5 March 2014 16:08, Italo Vignoli <> wrote:
The Document Foundation announces that the Call for Papers for the
LibreOffice Conference 2014 is now open. The event will be organized in
Bern, Switzerland, from September 3 to 5, at Bern University.

TDF Members and Volunteers are invited to submit their proposals by May
15, 2014, to guarantee that they will be considered for inclusion in the
conference program, base on the following tracks:

a) Development, APIs, Extensions
b) Quality Assurance
c) Localization and Native Language Projects
d) Design
e) Accessibility
f) Certification for Migrations and Trainings
g) Enterprise Deployments and Migrations
h) Open Document Format (ODF)

The Call for Paper page is available at the following address:

Proposals, including a short bio of the speaker (max 500 characters) as
well as a short abstract of the contents (max 1,000 characters), should
be sent to the program committee address:

Presentations, case studies, workshops and technical talks will discuss
a subject in depth, and will last 60 minutes (including Q&A). Lightning
talks will cover a specific topic and will last 20 minutes (including
Q&A). Sessions will be streamed live and recorded for download.

Whether you are a seasoned presenter, or have never stood up in public
before, if you have something interesting to share about LibreOffice we
definitely want to hear from you.

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