Interest in contributing to Libreoffice GSoC 2016

jan iversen jani at
Sun Mar 6 19:43:35 UTC 2016

Thanks for your license statement.

We have made a step by step guide to help you get started:

Be aware, that you need to have submitted at least one non-trivial easy-hack, to be accepted for GSoC (as you might have read on our GSoC page).

Jan Iversen.

> On 05 Mar 2016, at 20:16, Djimeli Konrad <djkonro35 at> wrote:
> Hello,
> My name is Djimeli Konrad a second year computer science student from the University of Buea, Cameroon. I am proficient in c, c++ and python. I would like to contribute Libreoffice for the Google Summer of Code 2016. I am interest in working on the project "Support ODF styles in orcus" and I have successfully built and compile the Libreoffice and orcus source code. I have previous experience developing a VRML-STL parser hosted on github ( ) and also an X3D importer for BRL-CAD GSoC 2015. I would like to get some pointer to some starting point that could give me a better understanding of the project.
> Thanks
> Konrad
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