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Back to the issue posted some weeks ago in this mailing list about a
Magazine for LibreOffice, I have a suggestion from the editorial viewpoint.

What we need for this?

- People who coordinate the process (one or more editors) in order to plan
what is going to publish;

- People who make corrections to all writen/translated matters;

- People who make the design (and here in Brazil that's done in LibreOffice
Draw, despite their limitations because it is not the appropriate tool for
professional graphic editing). But we can use Scribus, for example.

All other countries who are interested could create a local magazine,
something like "LibreOffice Magazine Brazil", which would work like it, but
with contents focused on the country in question, and they could use
the contents
of the International Journal also. By the way, each working groups
for local magazines could also "sell" out local matters to the international
journal, if approved by the editorial team.

We can discuss it deeper in order to detail how the production process would
be, if someone is interested in this proposition.

What do you think?


Luiz Oliveira
LibreOffice Community - Brazil

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