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On 02/27/2011 10:00 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2011-02-27 12:01, Luuk Vosslamber a écrit :

The transition from to LibreOffice still has a few minor
documentation blips but more importantly, users should be cautious. The
raft of new functionality has created a few specific issues, such as
loss of data in tables. Though not quite ready for the production
environment, user feedback is critical for smoothing performance and

We really need to respond on this one. I have left a note on the dev list and will see if this is true[1].

Italo should really respond to this, whether this is true or not. I don't know if this is the official news blog for the OpenSuse project.




Yes, I really hate to tell people that LibreOffice currently does not have a full set of documentation, as of yet, so they still can use OOo documentation for a large amount of the working environment of the LibreOffice package. As I understand, that will not be true in a few updates/upgrades. But volunteers only have so much time to recreate the over 2,000 pages that are the most up-to-date documents for OOo. There about 450 pages done so far and another 400 or 500 that are almost ready [which I include these pages, as is, in the DVD project I am working on]. So we all have to be patient until these volunteers get their work done. The may be asking for more volunteers to help the process along, though.

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