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Migration to LibreOffice

The Migration to LibreOffice begins at 26. Sep 2013 09:00 and ends at 26. Sep 2013 19:00 .

Best practice and success stories about migration to LibreOffice

LibreOffice Migration Protocol

Sala Lauree 09:00 - 10:00 The first draft of the LibreOffice Migration Protocol, which will be used as a reference for the Certification Project

Communication and user support in a challenging migration

Sala Lauree 10:00 - 11:00 Communication and user support are always important components of a successful migration. Especially when it is expected that moving to open source office software will clearly influence the work of employees. The migration of the headquarters of a Dutch NGO contains all these elements, and more, and is an interesting case to study.

Adapting LibreOffice for Government and Enterprise Use

Sala Lauree 11:00 - 12:00 A presentation summarizing real world examples of customizations and fixes requested for LibreOffice by enterprises and government agencies during day-to-day use.

LibreUmbria, a migration romance

Sala Lauree 12:00 - 13:00 LibreUmbria is a regional initiative to widely adopt LibreOffice productivity suite on regional and local government, schools and authorities in Umbria Region.

Lunch Break

Sala Lauree 13:00 - 14:00

Requirements for the successful usage of LibreOffice in different industries - similarities and differences

Sala Lauree 14:00 - 15:00 As a summary of migration projects with members of the F-O-X platform (Free Office eXperts) the talk will clarify key success factors and differentiators between branches for the usage of LibreOffice. A varity between governmental organisations like city or regional headquaters and industrial big player like machine manufacturer is covered.

Case Studies of migrating to LibreOffice in Japan

Sala Lauree 15:00 - 16:00 Introduce the Excellent user cases in Japan. They are open to the public know-how by web-site ,user's manuals and speach. By performing feedback to the community, they are getting support from the community. Introduce the practices in migration to LibreOffice.


Sala Lauree 16:00 - 16:45

LibreOffice - a Strategic View from Outside

Sala Lauree 16:45 - 17:45 Short Introduction - New Workplace Paradigms: Apps, Mobility, SaaS - Heading for new Shores or Never Change a Running System? -The Legacy Burden in our Industry - Options and Expectations towards Open Source - Discussion and Feedback

LibreOffice Certification: an update

Sala Lauree 17:45 - 18:45 An update on the Certification Project, with a tentative roadmap for the next steps

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