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Le 2011-06-15 15:15, drew a écrit :
sorry reference [1]

On Wed, 2011-06-15 at 15:08 -0400, drew wrote:

Had a chance last weekend to talk with some folks with Open Source for
America (OSFA) [actually someone I knew from mailing lists but had never
bet in person before].

I have been asked to submit two articles.

The first should be focused on the LibreOffice/TDF activities in the USA
and will be posted to the OSFA website.[1]

The second a more generic article about TDF/LibreOffice for publication
on the website - OK

The invitation included an introduction to and offer from a technical
writer attending the show who would be the copy editor for the

Anyone want to co-author either or both of those articles?

Anyone want to just take it on for that matter?

So any ideas on topics, any and all help appreciated.


I could help out. But ... they probably would want articles authored by US Americans. Not sure.



Marc Paré

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