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Howdy Cor;

On 01/03/2011 12:59 PM, Cor Nouws wrote:
Hello Craig,

Craig B. Olofson wrote (02-01-11 20:22)
Hello & Happy New Year to all;

Happy new year to you.
& welcome :-)

I have been (more or less) lurking...
Must have been interesting times, all the lurking ;-)
Yes, at times more interesting than a TeleNovella  ;-)

Normally, to get an idea of where I can best make a positive
contribution, I would read the product's roadmap....

Great to see your interest in this subject!

Alas, as for now, in our young and fast evolving project, there is no clear roadmap.

Interesting for you I think, is the following announcement:
Yes, this helps.  Thank you.

Furthermore, it is on my personal to do list, to start gathering information (mainly from developers) to find out if there are more items that can give insight in future plans. Although I think planning is difficult at the moment, and also it is hard to predict what ideas and code new developers will come up.
Anything better then nothing though.
I would imagine that polling the developers will help a lot.

I have five hours per week to apply...
May I ask if you have any specific area of interest, in a roadmap, related to your wish to contribute?
Professionally, I want to develop my abilities in business analytics (predictive, descriptive & decision modeling). Based on that, frankly, assisting in building the roadmap or drafting mrd's & prd's would allow me to do something I already know while learning this new tool-set at the same time.

But I have no idea if that is what LibO needs... Which brings me back to wanting to sneak a peek at a roadmap. :-) Let's just say, I'm open to suggestions.

Thank you for the warm reception.


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