uno, python scripting, macro management window & user experience
Lionel Elie Mamane
lionel at mamane.lu
Mon Oct 29 02:25:16 PDT 2012
On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 07:13:46PM +0200, Marc Weber wrote:
> Great - where is the documentation about python?
Here are a few of my bookmarks:
>> i assumle you already identified this ressource (IDL reference)
> Now is openoffice still the wiki to be used for libre office?
I don't think so; the documentation guys will probably be more
knowledgeable about stuff like that.
> On Wikipedia (or somewhere else) I've read (...) that for licensing
> reasons its likely that more devs will contribute to libreoffice in
> the future.
That is my/our opinion, yes.
> Then the first thing I'd made explicit is adding the word "LibreOffice"
> to the start page so that everybody knows that its a "common wiki" for
> both projects:
It is not a common wiki. That's the wiki of Apache OpenOffice, a
> So where can I find the information about the roadmap - how the
> libreoffice wants the future to look like?
Something like http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleasePlan ?
> I mean I have to know to which wiki to contribute.
> I may even consider contributing to the documentation etc.
> So what would be the way to go? Contribute to both: OO and LO?
> What is the majority on this list doing in such cases?
Well, asking on a LibreOffice mailing list will get you the answer:
contribute to the LibreOffice one, that's what we are doing! :)
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