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[libreoffice-marketing] Re: LibreOfficeFR community - Request for presentation at FOSDEM hackfest


Hi Thorsten,

On 06/01/2020 02:06, Thorsten Behrens wrote:

> Congrats for that achievement! I'm sure that just the first of many
> reasons to celebrate in 2020! :)

Thanks for the kind work ! Yes indeed, with the 10 years of
LibreOffice/TDF and 20 years of the birth of this FOSS office suite :)

> Sadly will (very likely) not be able to attend FOSDEM past Sunday -
> but would still be *very much* interested in those slides, if you can
> share them?
Oh. That's not an issue per se, the slides will be made public after the
talk and will publish minutes. I'm the kind of person modifying his
slides always up to the latest minute and even afterwards to integrate
questions from the audience. :)

Have a nice week :)

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William Gathoye
Hyper<hack>tive volunteer for LibreOffice
Proud member of The Document Foundation
Member of LaMouette - French based association promoting ODF and LibreOffice

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