J Eduardo Moreno S | 21 Jan 18:24 2015

Who aproval the extensions

Hi,

I was created varios extensions for OpenOffice.org, In this time, only
publish the extension and the people can use the extension.

Now, I compiled varios extension in only one, and publish in the site
extensions.libreoffice.org. But not be aproval after 2 days.

Who aproval the extensions?

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Florian Effenberger | 19 Jan 08:40 2015

2014 annual report

Hello,

within the next couple of days, I will start the selection of content 
for our annual report, which - for the first time - will be published in 
English and German in parallel, and be shorter than the previous one, to 
have an easy-to-handout document for events, tradeshows and marketing 
purposes.

To have enough time to work on both versions in parallel, I have to 
close down the data collection rather soon, but no later than 
immediately after FOSDEM.

So, in case there's something exciting you want to share from your 2014 
projects, please don't hesitate to add some keywords or even complete 
paragraphs to

	http://pad.documentfoundation.org/p/annualreport

After I have started collecting information, it will be much harder, if 
not impossible, to fit new items in. Submissions in English, French and 
German are possible.

Any help is very much welcome - help us show our community, supporters 
and donors what we have done and achieved!

Thanks a lot for your help!
Florian

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Mateusz Zasuwik | 18 Jan 17:16 2015
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Incomplete Coverity scan chart

Hey

https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/4.4#Coverity

The chart doesn't include date for LO 4.3. Why and who can repair it? I
also download Coverity report from their website and it turned out to be
report for old (4.3) version. Not for the new one just incoming.

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Joel Madero | 8 Jan 20:10 2015

VPS2 Semester of Code - Interest?

Hi All,

http://vps2.semesterofcode.com/
https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=ind1412&L=vals-soc&F=&S=&P=54

We have until January 15th if there is interest to do this. Anyone have
the bandwidth to go through the process and any mentors available to
take on a student or two?

Best,
Joel

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Joel Madero | 8 Jan 20:27 2015
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VPS2 Semester of Code - Interest?

Hi All,

http://vps2.semesterofcode.com/
https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A2=ind1412&L=vals-soc&F=&S=&P=54

We have until January 15th if there is interest to do this. Anyone have
the bandwidth to go through the process and any mentors available to
take on a student or two?

Best,
Joel

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Ivan Stephen | 6 Jan 19:56 2015
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Returning to OpenOffice - Large SS file

Hi Simon,

On second thought, I can't see any reason not to send the file I'm working on.  Other than the large number of
URLs and email addresses in it, I don't think there's anything unusual about it.  My long-term plan after
I've completed it and rearranged it manually, is to export the info to Filemaker.

Regards,

Ivan Stephen
istephen <at> vaxxine.com
905-688-5270

Publishing work - publishing lists for DB.ods (287K) <http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/attachment/4135344/0/Publishing%20work%20-%20publishing%20lists%20for%20DB.ods>

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Robinson Tryon | 6 Jan 22:18 2015
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Re: Returning to OpenOffice

On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 3:04 PM, Ivan Stephen <istephen <at> vaxxine.com> wrote:
> ... I'm now using the latest OpenOffice, which DOES allow this,
> albeit into a separate window.

My guess is that the Find interface in OOo was a dialog box that gave
up focus when one clicked on the 'Edit' menu. AOO kept that interface,
and LO changed it around the time of 3.4.x.

See my notes here:
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=49853#c95

Cheers,
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Ivan Stephen | 6 Jan 07:25 2015
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Returning to OpenOffice

First of all -  I'm no developer, but I've been using word processing and
spreadsheets for just about twenty-five years.  Over that time, I've seen
some really ill-conceived software (some of which was more focused on glitz
than functionality).

Over the last five years or so, since the demise of AppleWorks, I've tried
NeoOffice, Lotus Symphony, OpenOffice and LibreOffice.  At times I've
switched just to see if there's an improvement.  Other times, I've made the
change due to outright frustration.  That's the case this time.  After using
LibreOffice for two years or more, I've gone back to OpenOffice.

Why, you ask?

I'm working with one fairly large spreadsheet of 126 KB (well, it isn't
really THAT large).  It contains no formulas or macros, just about 24
columns and 2500 rows, plus six more small spreadsheets.  Many cells have
nothing in them.  I did a direct comparison of OpenOffice and LibreOffice,
and found that the latest Mac versions vary substantially.  I turned off
everything I could (such as Java runtime) in both.  OpenOffice opened the
file quite a bit more slowly (3 mins., 45 secs.) compared with LibreOffice's
2 mins.

However, I realized that I don't care that much that it's slow to open in
OpenOffice, as the file gets used all day.  But I find that OpenOffice seems
MUCH more stable, and doesn't tie up my RAM nearly as much as LibreOffice
for the same file.  (That's really why I dropped LibreOffice.)  Could it be
related to the constantly increasing size of LibreOffice?

I also realized that I don't really care that OpenOffice doesn't yet save
files as docx or xlsx.  I just want stability from the software.
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Timofonic | 20 Dec 21:08 2014
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Re: RfD: Non-corporate user representation?

Hello.

I think we (users) sometimes fail to connect with developers' mindset.

Due to our lack of technical knowledge and often a lack of discipline, our feedback isn't enough
interesting for them and we sometimes feel quite ignored. In the end, we the users try (emphasis here, we
know what we want but how how we want it and commonly fail to explain it properly) to explain our needs and
what we think it should be improved from a different POV.

I tried to explain my education-related issues and needs, such as inserting formulas in a Libreoffice
Writer document (I find it needs to support boolean stuff like xor symbols and some other improvements). I
know there's limited resources, but I think maybe corporate needs are becoming too heavy and other areas
like education are underrated. What about a lot more non-profit organizations becoming part of BoD?

I also had some weird "bugs" (or unintended software behavior) when writing large texts, but I often forget
to note them (and unable to explain a way to reproduce it) because I'm in a hurry and was lazy too.

Maybe different specific associations should be part of BoD and user feedback be taken more seriously in a
less marketeer way but more scientific and social.

Regards.

El 19 de diciembre de 2014 14:38:15 CET, Simon Phipps <simon <at> webmink.com> escribió:
>Inspired by this and some other similar conversations, here's my
>thought:
>http://www.infoworld.com/article/2860074/open-source-software/become-an-open-source-software-tester.html
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Nino Novak | 5 Dec 11:37 2014

RfD: Non-corporate user representation?

Hi,

AFAICS, TDF does not have any formal "Joe Average" user lobby.

There are BoD, ESC, MC, AB - but the end user community only can send their
opinions, needs and ideas to mailing lists or speak up informally in meetings.

What about the idea of creating e.g. a "User Interest Commitee" (or board),
which has an advisory role - similar to the AB? Could this help to better
channelize / make visible the interests of "normal users"? There are highly
competent people around in mailing lists and forums, who, at least to my
believe, should be given a stronger voice than to just send a mail to a list.

(I know, the big hurdle is "to do it", but nevertheless wanted to express
what I think/feel here as a starting point).

Regards,
Nino

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