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Drew mentioned that a Libre Office track might work well. That can be
done a couple of ways...
- If there's a possibility of 8 to 10 presentations, there could be a
dedicated room. The Libre Office people could decide what
presentations to include.
- People could just sign up to present a session, mention LibreOffice
in the name of the session and the Fest organizers will organize the

The first option is good if there's a group organizing something for
the Fest, and the group wants to have certain topics and order of

It would probably work to decide on the mailing list what topics would
be good to cover and then have people sign up for what they're
comfortable with. In addition to the applications, people are
interested in the politics of FOSS, project philosophy, how to

What approach is preferred?


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