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Wednesday Third Track

The Wednesday Third Track begins at 17. Oct 2012 11:30 and ends at 17. Oct 2012 19:00 .

Wednesday Third Track

The (quantitative) history of LibreOffice

Konferenzraum 2 11:30 - 12:30 Using information in development repositories of the project, the talk will explore the short but interesting history of LibreOffice and how different it is becoming from

gerrit for LibreOffice

Konferenzraum 2 12:30 - 13:30 The code review and continuous integration provided by gerrit will help us shape a glorious future for LibreOffice

Lunch break

Konferenzraum 2 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch break

gbuild: State of the LibreOffice Build System

Konferenzraum 2 14:30 - 15:30 The LibreOffice project is currently working on migrating its build system from the ancient and obscure based system that was inherited from, to a new custom build system based on the de facto standard GNU make utility. We aim to give an update on the status of the migration, present some of the new capabilities of the new build system, some lessons learned during the migration and discuss some open problems and limitations.

Anarchy in the API

Konferenzraum 2 15:30 - 16:30 With LibreOffice 4 bound to finally sport an incompatible UNO API, there is naturally a desire to keep the past on board nevertheless, so that, e.g., old LibreOffice/ extensions could continue to work unmodified.

Coffee Break

Konferenzraum 2 16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break

Going Tubes - collaborative editing

Konferenzraum 2 17:00 - 18:00 An overview about the ongoing development of collaborative editing features using Telepathy DBus over XMPP tubes.

Reshaping Calc for better performance

Konferenzraum 2 18:00 - 19:00 In this talk, I will talk about our plan to re-shape the Calc core to boost performance, improve quality and maintenability in many areas of the application. I will talk in detail about the overall plan, what we have done so far, and what we will still need to do.

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