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Hi Jeff,

Thanks for your offer of help! Contributions are really appreciated in our various projects. As you mentioned editing and writing, this task may be of interest to you:

At the recent LibreOffice Conference there was discussion about creating a small (16 or 32 page) "Introduction to LibreOffice" document. We already have a good Getting Started guide:

It's full of useful information, but it's nearly 400 pages long so it might be a bit daunting for newcomers. An "Introduction to LibreOffice" doc would have more of a marketing slant -- eg explaining what LibreOffice is, who is using it, what the different components are, how to install it, and how to get help (pointing to the Getting Started guide).

This is something I was planning to add to my todo list, but if you're interested in helping out or taking on the task yourself, let me know and we can discuss further.

Thanks again!


On 11.09.2016 17:04, Jeff Macharyas wrote:
I can contribute to the marketing efforts with graphic design, editing and
30 years of experience in publishing and graphics, as well as technical
writing, technical editing, writing for the web, copywriting and analytics.

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Master's in Cybersecurity and Computer Forensics (Utica College)
Bachelor's in Communications (Florida State University)
miniMBA in Social Media Marketing (Rutgers University)

Writing and design portfolio can be viewed at

Proficient in Adobe software as well as Scribus, GIMP, etc.
Mac and Ubuntu proficient (Windows, too, if I'm forced to).

Currently based in Fort Pierce, Florida, USA but relocating soon to Upstate
New York (probably).

Thank you.

*Jeff Macharyas*
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Mike Saunders, Marketing & PR

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