Re: [tdf-discuss] LO contributors map
I have not been following this posting - much.
The question I have is who/what can be considered as a
Are Extensions and Templates creators part of this map?
How about creating a very large color palette for LO?
I use a "standard.soc" file of over 3900 color options. I created it
several years ago and it is much better for me with my flier and small
poster work - up to 13x19 inch size. Sure, it is not as big of a
contribution as those who work on the software upgrades and "issue
repair", but we should have some information on what will and will not
be a part of the "pin map".
Elmira, New York, USA < 42.076 -76.820 > 876 ft
This is the "geo-tag" of a weather station about half a mile west from
me. I do not know if the "-" is there for a separation or a negative
number. I went to Weather Underground for this information. They list
all of the currently online weather stations within my area. This is the
only "place" I can see the GPS figures near me.
Elmira, NY < 42.102 -76.814 > 889 ft
This one is about 1.5 miles north of me.
On 08/13/2016 05:42 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Hi Robert and Charles,
Thanks for doing this Robert, it is a great tool!
Just a minor point, I believe it may be better to put the input box
for latitude first and then longitude second as I believe this is the
format followed for geolocation. This will help in minimizing the
amount of errors in setting up the pins when people input the locations.
It may also be good to divide the "infrastructure" category to
"infrastructure" and add "website" or "website development" or
something of the sort. For example, some of us are not part of the
infrastructure team, however, we do input a bit on the website (in my
case event banners) and help out if there is a particular need for
help on some webpages.
I also agree with Charles on putting this on our infra. IMO, for the
growth of marketing teams, it would be very telling as to where the
TDF/LibreOffice should concentrate on building building stronger ties
with regional marketing teams. It is more visual than just staring at
a list and may make it easier to see where some marketing support is
Would also be interesting to the general public to see if they had
access to it on the LibreOffice site.
Le 2016-08-07 à 15:23, Charles-H. Schulz a écrit :
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Thanks for doing this! I think we should host this on our infra. In any
case, I'll forward this to other mailing list that may reach active
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Le Sun, 7 Aug 2016 18:52:47 +0200,
Robert Großkopf <email@example.com> a écrit :
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during a LO-community-meeting in 2014 we planned to create a community
map to find people living nearby. We created something in that way,
but it seems it had fallen asleep. Now I have published the map I
created on my own homepage:
Some members of the German community have added themselves.
Try it out, give feedback. If interested in the sourcecode feel free
to contact me directly.
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