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Adapting LibreOffice for Government and Enterprise Use

A presentation summarizing real world examples of customizations and fixes requested for LibreOffice by enterprises and government agencies during day-to-day use.

Tim Janik
26.Sep.2013 from 11:00 to 12:00
60 minutes
Sala Lauree

Details of the Talk


This presentation centers around real world examples of customizations, adjustments and fixes to the LibreOffice suite as requested and needed during practical day to day use in Government agencies and SMEs (small to medium sized enterprises).
Several examples around document compatibility, file format support, performance improvements and branding are presented.
In addition, the presentation provides insights into the process involved in realizing client-specific adjustments, such as estimation and upstreaming into community project code.

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