LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous

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LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous

LibreLex -makes working withLibreOffice marvellousCor NouwsNou&Off


Your speakerFounder Nou&OffNetherlands, 2004Migration and support for OpenOffice & LibreOfficeParticipating in community in various placescontact:community: oolst@nouenoff.nlTDF: cor.nouws@documentfoundation.orgbusiness: cno@nouenoff.nl2LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


you still want to use a great office suite !4LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


How we came hereCorporate style projectsDifferent demandsFlexibilityWish to standardize5LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


Various viewsUserAdministratorCoder/CommunityBusiness6LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


User advantagesEasy starting / data enteringFor different document typesDefault name & path for documentSafe editing of protected areasSmart and easy use of existing functionsPrinting / mailing / placing7LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


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Administrator joyMaintaininge.g. new fields, default valuesExtendingnew documentsConfiguringdefault paths, naming9LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


Coder/Community opportunitiesMacro-code – makes use of existing APIOpen source (TBD)More translationsProbably interesting extension10LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


Business perspectiveAttractive offeringTarget small businessPossible subscription model11LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


Road map (ideas..)Do the work on placesOpen sourcingco-operating with other business?Data-connectionMore configuration for defaultsInput checking and making it configurable..12LibreLex - makes working with LibreOffice marvellous


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