On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 08:12, Christoph Noack <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
currently I'm trying to "manage" my breakfast, but I was curious who you
are ... I had a look at the Team page to be populated. Although it
already made fun to consume the stuff there, I'm sure the page misses a
lot of people who already contributed to artwork or usability. Don't
If you need help with the wiki, or if you have serious doubts why the
"meeting each other" won't work well that way - just comment. Otherwise,
you'll find the links below.
And just one question to Luca - what are the other projects you are
working on? How did you get "here"? I had a look at your blog, but I
lack (besides other skills *G*) Italian.
Enjoy your day!
good morning :)
I'm fully addicted in terms of "Free/Libre" software movement and due to
I've very deep interests and little knowledge in interaction/emotional
design I would like to provide my availability into LibreOffice community in
I'm involved into a personal project called SpatialBundles where I'm
building a new distribution software package system that should be fully
cross platform in terms of hardware and operative systems.
I've just package the official LibreOffice binaries, if you want to checkout
and test against GNU/Linux.
I'm very happy to what happened in terms of the born of The Document
Foundation now I'm sure that we can provide the right alternative to MS
Office and Apple iWork due to now...it's really free and not only "open".
I don't have a very big skill in C++ but I can learn very quickly and refine
my knowledge, the problem for me at the moment is that the source tree is so
huge and not clear to understand the big vision.
I don't know where thinks happens and why and require me too much time to
reverse the code.
I give you my availability to do what I can do.
Thank you for all your works,
"...Together we stand, divided we fall."
GTalk,MSN: luca <dot> cappelletti <at> gmail <dot> com
FSF Member: #9269
Linux Registered User: #223411
Ubuntu Registered User: #7221
"l'intelligenza è utile per la sopravvivenza se ci permette di estinguere
una cattiva idea prima che la cattiva idea estingua noi"
"La chiave di ogni uomo è il suo pensiero. Benché egli possa apparire saldo
e autonomo, ha un criterio cui obbedisce, che è l'idea in base alla quale
classifica tutte le cose. Può essere cambiato solo mostrandogli una nuova
idea che sovrasti la sua"
"Uno studioso è soltanto un modo in cui una biblioteca crea un’altra
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