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Hi Christoph,

2011/2/9 Christoph Noack <>

Hi all,

after having summarized the current work status in our last step, I
think it's time to say hello to each other ;-)

So I've created a page in the wiki that may contain some information
about your interests and such stuff - and I'd like to ask you to add
this information. To ease the pain, I already added "myself" to the
page. So please - also those who introduced themselves via mail - let us
know :-)

Moreover, I heavily recommend to use your user page in the wiki to
provide some more information in a less formal way. Being a bit more
verbose, it greatly helps to let others understand your motivation,
maybe even your ideas what to achieve with / for LibreOffice.

To be honest, I missed (due to time constraints) to create such a page
for me. But this will be done - for sure! If you want to know where to
find that "wiki user page" - this special link leads to your page in the

Design Team Information (the page to be edited):

Kick-Off Step 3 Overview:

I don't know how much time will be required to provide that information.
But given the fact, that you might also want to be productive very soon,
how about two or three days?

Sounds good. I'm eager to start discussing topics.

For the sake of completeness: an example how such a page looked for our
team at - Ivan already mentioned it quite some time ago:

Thanks in advance! I'm curious about all the interesting facts :-)


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