[tdf-discuss] First Round of Questions for my Master Thesis
my name is Veit.
I had studied Free Software at Free Technology Academy (ftacademy.org)
and Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC.edu).
Now, after I had finished all my courses, I will write my Master
This will be a case study about the office suites OpenOffice and
Some of you probably remember my presetation about my master research
work at LibreOffice Conference in October last year.
For this work I need as much informations as possible.
I beg you all to support me by answering my questions.
Many thanks in anticipation!
With best regards
Here are my first questions:
Note: When I speak of LibreOffice this means that The Document
Foundation is included.
The word "project" allways referes to Free/Libre Open Source Projects.
1. Do you participate in LibreOffice only or in more projects?
If more than one, how many?
2. Is LibreOffice the main project you contribute?
3. Which role does describe best your participation?
If you have more than one role, please list them all and mark that one
which is your main participation.
Testing and QA Management
If "other" please specify.
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