You probably know about LibreOffice, a successor project to OpenOffice.org. But where did it come from? Who develops it? And what is The Document Foundation, the non-profit entity behind it? In this talk, we'll explain all – and show you how you can get involved, even if you're not a programmer! LibreOffice is used by over 200 million people around the world, and is the product of a worldwide community. They work together on coding, documentation, marketing, QA, design and many other topics. And they're always open for new contributors.
Linux and open source software users; users of office tools