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 Le 2010-10-19 15:11, cocofan a écrit :
    Since people are doing introductions, I'll guess I'll post mine.  I'm
a CS grad student at Portland State University.  I did some coding on
the Go-OO build for Google Summer of Code 2009.  I'm basically a
programmer so I'm not too much into 'marketing' (unless you mean by
'marketing' as helping to promote LibreOffice which I don't mind
helping).  I just joined this so I can hear whats going on with
LibreOffice among people living in the US/Canadian.
    Actually I was wondering if anybody would be interested in
conferences or 'get together and chat sessions' in the US/Canada. I'm a
student so I don't have the money to hop a plane to Europe for
conferences though I did that for OOCon 2009 (in Italy). That put me in
the red for a long time :-( .

                  Dona Hertel - cocofan

P.S. I'm more lurker so this may be only post I'll do for a long time.
Neat! A dev is on our marketing mailist. You are a rare breed and most welcome! Even if I am a Canadian marketing team member.

Conferences are always nice, but I think this is still too early. IMHO, we are just still scrambling trying to find potential members to join us so that we can market strategically the LibO brand. Maybe wait a while still?


Marc Paré

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