I am on the high speed train between Bologna and Milano and I have just assisted to a product demonstration of Windows 8, from a Microsoft promoter. Apart from the considerations about the size of the budget
I must admit that my first reaction to Mr Weir’s post has been typically Italian, and I have replied without even reading what I was writing. I was unfortunately wrong in doing this, but it is difficult
Tietokone is probably the largest IT magazine in Finland, and it is regularly running online polls amongst the readers. One of the most successful polls in 2012 has covered the subject of office suites, and has been
Horacio Fernandez is the 500th hacker committing code to LibreOffice, since September 28, 2010 (source: Ohloh). The growth has been impressive: 500 developers in 660 day, or 3 hackers every 4 days (including week ends, and festivities).
During the second half of 2012 I will travel quite a lot to speak about The Document Foundation and LibreOffice: – During the second half of August I will visit the Association of Greek Users and Friends
Appuntamento ad Ancona – alla Facoltà di Ingegneria dell’Università Politecnica delle Marche – il 22 e il 23 giugno per la 6a Conferenza Italiana sul Software Libero (ConfSL), per partecipare a un programma ricco di spunti (http://www.confsl.org/confsl12/):
It looks like the communication between myself and Iain did not work in the proper way yesterday evening (European time), because a couple of significant inaccuracies have crept in the text of the article: 1. The Document