how strange: I was wondering lately how your book was going...
Le 24/03/2016 18:22, Bruce Byfield a écrit :
On Thursday, March 24, 2016 08:04:58 AM CVAlkan wrote:
The book is also featured on Jean Hollis Weber's site
e/ since she appears to be one of the editors/reviewers.
Thanks for the kind words!
Jean commissioned the book through her nonprofit, Friends of OpenDocument. She
has also worked long hours to copy edit and proofread, and, more recently, to
promote. I couldn't have had a better editor, and the book is much improved
for her involvement.
I'm glad you had it put together. As already said, your book is really
filling a big gap and shows the actual strengths of LibreOffice. This
will tremendously help trainers introducing our office suite of choice
in a very concrete manner.
I've placed an order for the printed book :) and I am looking forward to
get my hands on it. In the meantime, I've downloaded the ods files so
that I can have a first look (I prefer printed matter when it comes to
big documents; electronic version is, IMO, not very suited to thorough
Thanks, thanks, thanks,
Keep on the very good job!
Greetings from the other side of the pond,
Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux
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