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OpenOffice conference publishes draft program

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Organizers of OpenOffice.org Conference 2007, set for Sept. 19 through 21 in Barcelona, today released a draft of the program schedule for the event. Facilities will be provided for individual project organizers to hold separate meetings on the afternoon of Sept. 18, a team spokesperson said.

Topics for discussion will include "The Extended OO.org Ecosystem," "Recito: An Open Source Graphical IDE for Automatic Document and DataFlow Manipulation," and "Extension Infrastructure: Recent Achievements and Future Prospects," among others.

A schedule of each day's proceedings may be found here:

More Here or Download PDF draft.




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