Hello & Happy New Year to all;
I have been (more or less) lurking on the marketing and users lists for
a couple of weeks so that I can understand the community's priorities as
LibO nears its first official release. Now, I am postingto find a way
to work with your community.
Normally, to get an idea of where I can best make a positive
contribution, I would read the product's roadmap. Unfortunately, I
can't find it. From the main wiki page, I've read through the
Marketing and Design sections and skimmed the others. Both Marketing
and Product Development have their lists but I am hoping for a
document which explicitly matches short- and long-term goals with the
LibO's technologies. A couple of different (random) F/LOSS examples of
what I'm talking about would be Eclipse or Plone.
Alternatively, maybe there is a list of tasks to which I can be
referred? Or should I take this off-list and talk with someone
specifically? So that you know, my personal goal for LibO is that it
* the first F/LOSS choice in office productivity apps.
I have five hours per week to apply. My functional background is in
program management, product management, business development & business
analytics. Most of this has been done in either the hi-tech (i.e.
software development) or cleantech industries. For those interested,
here are the gory :-) details <http://www.linkedin.com/in/craigolofson>.
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