LibreOffice 2019

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(Izabela Bakollari) #41

Hi @Sweetshark,

Is there a time and date for the first call with LibreOffice developers?

Izabela


(Xisco) #42

Hi All,
I created a Doodle with the proposed timeslots and mentioned it in the last ESC meeting -> https://doodle.com/poll/gc9wag8xfp7cqipb
So far, it seems Thursdays at 8 pm CET is winning

@Sweetshark, @IzabelaBakollari What’s the next step ?


(Izabela Bakollari) #43

We should decide on when to have the first call. Next week or in two weeks from now?


(Xisco) #44

@Sweetshark what’s your opinion ?


(Xisco) #45

Hi Izabela,
What about we have the first call on November 13th so we have time to make it public ( we can announce it in the blog and social media ), I have time to find a couple of developers to attend and the students can watch the video in advance?
For this first session, I would like to propose the first video ( introduction ) and second video (functions and strings ) from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggmspIvaWjI&index=2&list=PLT0wqqmbAFnfdRRCnzqY943MDyaNa3KSy. What do you think? each one is 50 minutes, Do you think it’s too long ?

Cheers


(Izabela Bakollari) #46

Hi Xisco, you mean December 13th?


(Xisco) #47

Yes, I meant December 13th. Sorry for that!


(Izabela Bakollari) #48

Hi Xisco,
For us is it ok to have the call on the proposed day and discuss the first 2 videos. Meanwhile we are watching the tutorials. As the first one is introduction I think most questions will come from the second video, so it is not too long.

Cheers


(Bjoern Michaelsen) #49

Hi @Xisco, all,

December 13th works for me and unless an unforseeable disaster strikes, I will join in!

Best,

Bjoern


(Eike Rathke) #50

Regarding the string class in the first video please note that LibreOffice uses its own OUString class (or rather rtl::OUString for 16-bit UTF-16 strings, and rtl::OString for 8-bit strings (for example used for UTF-8), with conversions between them that can handle different text encodings), see our include/rtl/ustring.hxx and include/rtl/string.hxx header files.

So in the context of LibreOffice development that part of the lecture is to be taken with a grain of salt, though useful for general C++ handling.


(Xisco) #51

Meeting announced in TDF’s blog -> https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2018/12/05/learn-c-with-the-help-of-libreoffice-developers/