On Wed, 2011-06-15 at 15:38 -0400, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2011-06-15 15:15, drew a écrit :
sorry reference  http://opensourceforamerica.com
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.
The second a more generic article about TDF/LibreOffice for publication
on the website http://opensource.com/ - 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.
Well, Ruth Suehle is the editor with OpenSource.com. She connected with
me on facebook yesterday - let me talk with her a bit - I really think
they would be interested in more then just one article over time.
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