Re: [tdf-discuss] LO contributors map
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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?
Indeed you are a contributor if you create extensions or templates or
something else for LibreOffice and make it available for other users.
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".
You are developing something for LO. You could add a comment to your
entry in the field "Miscellaneous". So you could declare, what you are
Feel free to add yourself to the map.
I have developed this map, because I have been asked for support for a
Base-database. The pharmacy was about 400 km from my home. So I told
them to contact another person, who lives nearby them and could create
Base-databases better than I. A look on the map and you will find the
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