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The Document Foundation announces the members of the Engineering =

Steering Committee

The body coordinates development activities and defines the technology =

evolution of LibreOffice

The Internet, May 23, 2011 - The Document Foundation presents the =

members of the Engineering Steering Committee, the second body to be =

announced - after the Membership Committee - of those envisioned by the =

foundation bylaws. The ESC has come into being in early 2011, and is now =

officially in place to coordinate all development activities and set =

future technology directions.

The 10 members of the ESC are Andras Timar (localization), Michael Meeks =

and Petr Mladek of Novell, Caolan McNamara and David Tardon of RedHat, =

Bjoern Michaelsen of Canonical, Michael Natterer of Lanedo, Rene =

Engelhard of Debian, and the independent contributors Norbert Thiebaud =

and Rainer Bielefeld (QA). The ESC convenes once a week by telephone to =

discuss the progress of the time-based release schedule and coordinate =

development activities. Their meetings routinely include other active, =

interested developers and topic experts.

The members have been appointed by the Steering Committee, and are drawn =

from key members of the community of developers, which has been steadily =

growing since late September 2010 and is now close to 200 code hackers, =

with another 200 people involved in localization and QA. "This is a =

phenomenal success," says Caolan McNamara of RedHat, "Especially if you =

look at the OOo project, where external contributors were a small group, =

and had to deal with significant obstacles."

There are around 120 developers hacking LibreOffice code on a regular =

basis; these can be divided in three groups based on their experience: =

20 core developers working on features, fixes, and packaging the =

software; 40 more regular devs working on features, fixes and easy =

hacks; and 60 less-regular devs working on easy hacks and code cleaning. =

In addition, there are around 80 developers who are contributing =

occasionally, or have just started to dig into the code. TDF is also =

grateful for the influx of students who will be paid to work full-time =

over the summer by the Google Summer of Code program.

"The ESC has brought the necessary discipline in the development =

process, which is organized in a completely different way from the past =

at OOo, where there was a single company in charge of the decisions, =

which was at the same time a strength - as it was easy to coordinate - =

and a single point of failure," says Andr=E9 Schnabel, a member of TDF =

Steering Committee. "We have instead built an independent process, where =

corporate sponsors are still valued, but the community is able to take =

the software forward even without the backing of any of these companies."

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Italo Vignoli - The Document Foundation
phone +39.348.5653829 - VoIP +39.02.320621813
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