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Le 2010-11-29 19:09, dhiren jani a écrit :

An update on the work done for interviewing developers,

It was suggested that I should interview developers from India. Unfortunately, I have not found any 
so far.

In addition, it was discussed that the interview should have a pre-defined set of questions.
So, I found the following from the TDF blog:
1) Programming is about people: so please ! tell us a bit about yourself:
2) What was your very first program ?
3) What do you do when you’re not hacking on LibreOffice ?
4) When do you usually spend time on the project ?
5) Which is your preferred text editor? And why?
6) How did you hear about LibreOffice ?
7) Why did you get involved ?
8) What was your first contribution to LibreOffice ?
9) What do you think was your most important contribution to LibreOffice  so far ?
10) What is your vision for the future and/or what would you most like to see improved ?

These questions provide a very good introduction to the developers behind libreoffice.
In case, you would like to see other questions being asked in the interview, the please reply here.

To get an interview completed this week or next, I intend to ping more people on the LO dev list.

Dhiren Jani
Gujarat, India

Thanks for doing this Dhiren. This will be very interesting to read. I am looking forward to this.


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