It has been 12 hours since the LibreOffice announcement, and the projects starts to do its first steps.
- Neil Brown had submitted the first patch to LibreOffice, after waiting for 3 years (!) while the patch was available at the openoffice.org issues system (#80637).
- Michael Meeks had published “Minutes of first LibreOffice technical group call“. The general plan is to accept patches (“no large / risky / de-stabilising (new) feature work”) from the community and also merge the changes already done to openoffice.org (existing CWS).
- The public is welcome to help cleaning the existing code, Gil Forcada already started. see the EasyHacks list for the tasks to be done.
- LibreOffice mirrors now also contain the source code for the beta release done in the morning.
- Patches are welcome at email@example.com or using the Bugzilla. See “Get Involved Developing LibreOffice” for more info.
You’re welcome to join us…