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On Tue, 2011-06-21 at 08:25 -0400, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak wrote:
I proposed a talk on OOo / LO and plan to attend. Did not put in much 
time on the proposal so not sure if it will be accepted. If something is 
happening there, count me in.

Hi Andres,

It is great to see you here.

So where is this:

Talked with Beth Ann E. at SELF 10 days ago about, she was very
enthusiastic and wanted me to contact her direct about getting it done.

Tried to get a little interest started here first - that seems to be
getting traction, so sent her a message a couple of days ago. No
response yet, thought I'd wait till tomorrow before pinging her again.

No formal proposal to them yet, but was thinking that is a good way to
ping her - didn't check if the OHLF website is still taking them as the
cut-off date has passed - so might still have to rely on a direct email.

Anyway - would really be excited about you participating - I'm kind of
running blind as to what exactly is needed for this. Might be over
thinking it (I have that tendency at times).

best wishes,


On 06/21/2011 02:46 AM, John LeMoyne Castle wrote:
Seems to me this thread used to be longer in Nabble 8-0
I am still interested Drew and I had this thought:
Even if a HackFest can't be drawn together it would be very useful to the
attendees and LibreOffice to have at least a table where people could report
issues (as new or as confirmation of existing issues), get coaching on
appropriate upgrades, and maybe do a little testing around their known
issues, hard to reproduce issues or just visit areas that are important to
them as users.
Seems like an excellent chance for solid feedback from committed and
skillful users.

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