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To anyone who may be interested:

Back in 2008 I "/inherited/" the Tutorials for OpenOffice
website/project, but due other life commitments (eg. running a business,
family, etc.) I was never able to make sufficient extra time to do
anything with it, other than simply keeping it alive. In 2010 I
registered the domain name, with the intention
of creating a similar more extensive website/project for LibreOffice,
"/someday/".  My life commitments have changed and that "/someday/" is
now here.

Since the early days of OOo I have presented numerous training courses,
initially for OOo and in recent years for LO. During that time I have
accumulated a substantial collection of training/tutorial material about
this software. With the assistance of a small group of colleges, I have
begun preparing content for this new tutorials website based on this

The basic concept of the proposed website/project can be seen here:

This proposal is not intended to compete in any way with the content
(eg. documentation) of the LibreOffice website. On the contrary, as part
of the wider LibreOffice infrastructure it will be complimentary to it.

While there will always be "/nay-Sayers/" who will respond to this, I
want to hear any genuine objections to this proposal from from TDF
members now, rather than later when more substantial content has been
worked on.


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