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Hi Peter and Jean,

Yes, I have started working on revising the Impress Guide  - so far I have revised chapters 1 and 
2. These few weeks the process is slow as I am preparing for the interview and test as well.

That is nice to know that you, Peter worked on Impress before. If I have some questions about the 
previous version, maybe I could check with you.
Please feel free to revise any chapters you want or to let me know if there is something in my 
revision you think should be changed. I am a new contributor so this is my first project with Libre 

Have a great week,

Dimona Delvere

From: Jean Weber <>
Sent: 03 February 2020 20:10
To: Peter Schofield <>
Cc: <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Rejoin the Documentation Team


Great to have you back! Much has changed in our processes, and the info for
contributors hasn’t been fully updated yet. I keep intending to do that but
have been doing other things instead.

Are you interested in updating the Impress and Draw Guides to LO v6.4?
Someone’s started on Impress but (as you know) it’s a big job for one
person and the user interface has changed in many ways.

Or start by reviewing my updates to the Impress and Draw chapters in
Getting Started?

Cheers, Jean

On Tue, 4 Feb 2020 at 00:52 Peter Schofield <> wrote:

I used to write LibreOffice user guides and would like to rejoin the
documentation team. I was responsible for the Impress and Draw guides
version 4.3. Also, I rewrote the Math guide.

Will someone please send me all the details on how to rejoin the team.

I did have a LibreOffice account but cannot remember the details.

Peter Schofield

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