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Videos from the openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference 2020

  • Next batch of videos from the openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference 2020 - The Document Foundation Blog

    We’ve uploaded another batch of presentations and workshops from the recent openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference 2020! You can see them in the playlist, and here are the individual videos:

    Building LibreOffice’s Korean community, and CJK issues (DaeHyun Sung):

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