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In a few hours I’m presenting a preview of our upcoming report on LibreOffice at the LibreOffice Conference. The talk, “The (quantitative) history of LibreOffice“, shows some of the results of the report we’re preparing at Bitergia after analyzing both the git and Bugzilla repositories of LibreOffice. The git repository includes the history of the project back to the beggining of OpenOffice.org in 2000) and its Bugzilla repository, which Bugzilla has tickets since LibeOffice was established, in September 2010.

Preview of the report on LibreOffice
Preview of the report on LibreOffice

For those interested, the slides of the presentation are available.

Slides for the presentation at OpenOffice Conference
Slides for the presentation at OpenOffice Conference

As usual, any comment would be welcome (both on the presentation and the preview of the report).



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