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Hi Olivier,

Development of the LibreOffice Base Guide 7 seems to be on hold. Maybe it is nice to write a new book for it.

Best Regards,

Rob Westein

On 10-03-2021 13:50, Olivier Hallot wrote:
Hello Good Doc' People

We will have the opportunity to apply for the 2021 edition of Google Seasons of Doc.

The program is open to technical writers to work closely with open source projects, and LibreOffice & TDF qualify as in 2019 and 2020 editions.

The program is open to any technical writer. You may apply too.

We need ideas. What are your ideas for LibreOffice documentation? Samples...

+ More e-learning classes (Moodle)?
+ Doc' for Accessibility (idea by Regina Henschel)?
+ Work on unfinished guides? Update to 7.1?
+ How-to's library ?
+ Collection of best Askbot Q&A ?
+ Notebook of exercises for training classes?
+ Any important doc community still miss?
+ ...
+ ...
+ ...

PLease let us know your ideas ! If you have personal ideas that adds values to the LibreOffice community, you're on business too.

Ideas already noted:
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Documentation/GSoDOC/2021#Ideas_for_Documentation_technical_writing

Cheers

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