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[tdf-announce] LibreOffice Conference 2014: the program of a landmark event


Berlin, August 14, 2014 - The program of the LibreOffice Conference
2014, which will be held in Bern, Switzerland, from September 3 to
September 5, is now available at
https://conference.libreoffice.org/2014/program. Sessions will focus on
development, community, certification, migrations, training, marketing
and Open Document Format (ODF).

In addition to the sessions in English, there will be a track in German
focusing on open source adoptions in governments and enterprises in
Switzerland, Germany and Austria:
https://conference.libreoffice.org/2014/professional-user-track.

This track will be opened by Balthasar Glättli, a Member of the
Parliamentary Group on Digital Sustainability, who will be followed by
lectures on professional adoptions of free office suites at the Swiss
Federal Court (350 jobs), in the schools of Geneva, in the city of
Munich (14,000 jobs), at the LVM Insurance in Münster (13,000 jobs) and
in the Austrian Ministry of Justice.

Social events will happen in the evenings of September 3, with a
LibreOffice Hack Night at UniS, and September 4, with a community event
and key signing party at ISC Club Bern:
https://conference.libreoffice.org/2014/events.

With a forecasted attendance of 300 community members from around the
world and over 70 sessions, the LibreOffice Conference will be the
biggest Open Source Event in Switzerland in 2014.

The conference will be hosted by the University of Bern, and organized
by CH-Open - the Swiss Open Systems User Group - and the Digital
Sustainability Research Centre of the University of Bern, in
coordination with The Document Foundation. The track in German will be
organized by the Working Group on OSS of the Swiss IT Conference SIK and
the Working Group on Office Interoperability of the Open Source Business
Alliance.

LibreOffice Conference 2014 is generously supported by the Hasler
Foundation and the Civic Community of Bern, and sponsored by:
Platinum: CloudOn, Collabora and Google;
Gold: adfinis SyGroup, Canonical, CIB labs, ITOMIG and Studio Storti;
Silver: Apertura, FOX, Igalia, OpenSUSE, Puzzle ITC, ritualis and
Univention.

Local Contacts:
Matthias Stürmer, +41 76 368 81 65, matthias.stuermer@iwi.unibe.ch
Christa Ammann, +41 78 646 83 09, c.ammann@brief.li

Short link to TDF blog: http://wp.me/p1byPE-v3.

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