I'd like to propose the following paper or talk, workshop for Aarhus
Quo Vadis HelpContent?
Over the last 5 years LibreOffice developers focused on many tasks
related to new features and code modernization and optimization.
However, no software product, open or closed source, can create its own
business ecosystem and market share without proper oficial and precise
documentation. The HelpContent update and management has been left
behind with almost no attention from the developers and the community.
The aim of this presentation is to gather the audience around the issues
and concerns of the HelpContent and leverage actions to put it in synch
with LibreOffice and the community at large.
Founder and member of The Document Foundation
Graduated Electronic Engineer in 1982, MSc in Digital Signal Processing
in 1985 and MBA in Oil & Gas industry in 2001. Since 2002 and on his
own, he participated actively in FLOSS projects notably in
OpenOffice.org as Community Council member and as one of the translators
for Brazilian Portuguese. He is now senior consultant in LibreOffice
technology for large corporations on migration projects.
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