Matthew, You should have received an email in the last half hour or hour with a link to set your ODFAuthors password. Sorry for the delay; I had some minor hardware dramas this morning, resolved now. I forgot to mention that you can create your own wiki account, if you don't already have one.
Thank you for the information Jean. I'll take a further look through the documentation in the morning. Also, I don't seem to have an ODFAuthors account yet, so I haven't been able to review the links you sent me. Thanks for letting me know about the processes though, I look forward to
Matthew, Welcome to the team! More info on our processes is here: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Documentation/Development Some of that is a bit out of date, but you should get the idea. If Olivier hasn't already done so, I'll create an account for you on ODFAuthors, which is where we
Hi Olivier, Thank you for your response. Are the docs mainly situated in the books on the documentation page? I think I would prefer to handle the Getting Started pages first, and then progressing from there to other projects. That being said, is there any rudimentary work that I can do to get
Welcome Matthew Your skills in LibreOffice are indeed important to our community and you will find a lot to do. We have a set of guides that need to be updated. These guides are edited in Writer with our best practices (e.g. styles, master documents, etc...) We can start in 2 directions one,