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Am 21.03.2011 12:55, schrieb Alexander Wilms:

My name is Alexander Wilms and I'm a high-school student from Germany, supporting free, mostly Ubuntu-related software by filing bug-reports and feature requests and helping to translate it. I really like the way LibreOffice is going with all the fixes, tweaks and the overall faster development I missed in OpenOffice.

ONe important thing LibreOffice is missing, at least in my opinion and the reason why I am subscribing to this mailing list is the fact that there are only very few default-templates, especially for Impress, and some of them don't look very polished, too.

My idea was to announce a contest on the website where people could submit their self-designed templates and the whole community would choose the very best ones to be included in the next release.

I hope you like this idea so that we would have many cool templates for the next version of LibreOffice.

Why just the next version? Look at this page (de) _please add (en)_. Of course a contest would be nice, but if you have templates, make an extension out of them. Many people say, that it's very easy. If you (we) get an instruction, you can do it on your own, or I'll help you, or (of course) we could set up a contest, but you will win for sure :-P

Kind Regards



 Tschüss! | Kind Regards

Florian R.

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