I've read your introduction ... I've read your questions ...
if your thesis is to be in English, then you need to re-work
if you're merely asking your questions on this list as
another outlet, then I commend you.
Now, OpenOffice became LibreOffice; I believe interchanging these
names will merely confuse your readers as well as your thesis;
[see below for responses to questions]
On Fri, Jan 25, 2013 at 10:02 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
my name is Veit.
I had studied Free Software at Free Technology Academy (ftacademy.org)
and Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC.edu).
Now, after I had finished all my courses, I will write my Master Thesis.
This will be a case study about the office suites OpenOffice and
Some of you probably remember my presentation about my master research
work at LibreOffice Conference in October last year.
For this work I need as much information as possible.
I beg you all to support me by answering my questions.
Many thanks in anticipation!
With best regards
Here are my first questions:
Note: When I speak of LibreOffice this means that The Document Foundation
The word "project" always refers to Free/Libre Open Source Projects.
1. Do you participate in LibreOffice only or in more projects?
If more than one, how many?
[Since LO does not contain an e-mail program, nor an audio or
visual program, ... I'm not sure what the question is;
as for me, I used OO then LO for its text portion as well as for
its PP portion - adding to IMPRESS things coming from outside LO]
2. Is LibreOffice the main project you contribute?
[I do not know what the question is]
3. Which role does describe best your participation?
If you have more than one role, please list them all and mark that one
which is your main participation.
[I do not know what the question is]]
Testing and QA Management
If "other" please specify.
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