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Hi :)
I don't know if these links might be useful for people that want to develop Python skills to work 
on LibreOffice.  The main aim of the videos is to help people write apps for Ubuntu but hopefully 
most of it is general enough to cover skills need for LibreOffice too?  

Hopefully people can move between the 2 projects either upstream from Ubuntu to LO or downstream to 
see how LO fits into 1 of the many distros using LO.  
Regards form
Tom :)  

--- On Thu, 5/7/12, Michael Hall <> wrote:

From: Michael Hall <>
Subject: Re: Help needed making Ubuntu App Showdown submissions translatable
<snip />
Date: Thursday, 5 July, 2012, 14:30

The workshops are over for now, but you can see the recordings at

Michael Hall

<snip />

Op 02-07-12 19:59, Michael Hall schreef:
The Community team [ran] a contest for app developers to
create new applications for Ubuntu, <snip /> One of those workshops <snip /> [is] to help people 
make sure their apps are translatable
and setup for translation through Launchpad.  

<snip />

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