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Several developers have told me that python and uno will be needed to
extract the data from FDO, create a spreadsheet from this data and then
create the graphs/summaries that I am hoping we can create automagically.

If I'm incorrect, please let me know what is correct - but I'm pretty sure
that someone with some PyUno skills will be needed.


On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 8:03 AM, Stephan Bergmann <>wrote:

On 02/20/2013 04:11 PM, Joel Madero wrote:

I am one of the members of the Quality Assurance team with LibreOffice
and we are looking for a volunteer to work with myself designing (and
coding) the framework to start automating our stats. It's been on my
list for much too long and I just don't have the technical know how to
do it. If there are are users or developers who can slowly get this
accomplished it would greatly help QA as well as Marketing as our stats
are done almost completely manually at this point, not only is this time
consuming but it's also likely that there could be mistakes or missing

How is the above related to PyUno (i.e., the Python-UNO bridge)?


*Joel Madero*
LibreOffice QA Volunteer

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