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On 05.01.2012 22:29, Andreas Mantke wrote:

I asked the program commitee of the LinuxTag ( if a ODF-Track 
would fit into the conception of the lecture programme for 2012 and I get a positive 
feedback. Thus I'm working on an ODF-Track, that should cover presentations for users 
of ODF-Programs as well as topics for admins.

We are looking for presentations about topics about specific program usage and 
(upcomming) features as well as presentations about administration, e.g. user 
management in bigger environments or extension management, QA, etc.

The LinuxTag 2012 will take place from 23.5. to 26.5.2012 at the Berlin Fairgrounds.

The call for papers ends at the 31.1.2012 and we need the papers up to that date in 
the virtual conference system of the LinuxTag:

If you want to file a paper and run into difficulties with the vCC, you could give me 
a ping and I'll lend you a hand. The presentations could be in German or in English. 
I'm curious looking for your proposals.
To get the track running I need about 8 to 10 presentations.

As I am now living in Berlin, I won't miss the chance of an home match
and would like to give an update on ODF change-tracking.


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