Announcing the LibreOffice Conference for 2015 in Aarhus, Denmark

Carsten Agger agger at
Tue Sep 29 08:33:02 UTC 2015

This conference came and went, and I wrote a blog post about my own 

There's also an album of CC-licensed photos (by participant and 
community member  Nguyen Hung Vu) from the conference here:

Den 22-10-2014 kl. 12:24 skrev Carsten Agger:
> [1]The LibreOffice Conference for 2015 will take place in Aarhus,
> Denmark, as a collaboration between the Document Foundation, the Danish
> LibreOffice community, the FSFE local group and the municipality of
> Aarhus. Also involved are the local hacker space and (hopefully) other
> local free software groups. I personally will be involved as a community
> contact, i.e. as the person with feet on the ground in Aarhus. The event
> will be hosted by the municipality.
> As the Document Foundation writes on its blog[2]:
>      Aarhus WaterfrontBerlin, October 17, 2014 – The Document Foundation
> (TDF) announces that the LibreOffice Conference 2015 will be jointly
> organized by the Danish LibreOffice community in collaboration with
> local F/OSS groups and the Aarhus municipality, and hosted at the brand
> new Urban Media Space, from September 23 to September 25, 2015.
>      In addition, on September 22 the LibreOffice community will gather
> for several face-to-face meetings: Board of Directors, Advisory Board,
> Engineering Steering Committee, and Certification Committee.
>      Aarhus is a city of education, knowledge and research. Its
> university is internationally recognized for its contributions within,
> among other fields, social sciences, technology and science. Aarhus is
> known to attract talented students from around the world which also
> provides the city with a great diversity.
>      “Hosting the LibreOffice Conference will be an exciting opportunity
> for the entire Danish free software community”, says Leif Lodahl, a long
> time leader of the Danish LibreOffice community, a founder of The
> Document Foundation, and the architect of several large migration
> projects to LibreOffice. “We are looking forward to welcoming
> LibreOffice volunteers and advocates from every corner of the world”.
> As the day comes nearer, I may well want to reach out to the wider FSFE
> community to ask for assistance and support. I’m certainly excited to
> see how it will  work out.
> [1] Originally posted on my blog,
> [2]
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