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The LibreOffice Wiki will be an end user support and information system which will allow the creation of tutorials for the end user, by the end user.
These tutorials can range from anything as simple as installation, to something as complex as creating a spreadsheet which calculates compound interest from information extracted from a database source and then resubmits the information back.

Many open source project have a main product wiki for this type of support, such as most Linux distributions. The hope is to create a wiki which is as effective as these high use, high value assets to the open community.

Information Architecture and Structure

The structure of the LibreOffice wiki is being discussed. If you have any views about what the LibreOffice end user support wiki should look like, please submit your ideas to the website mailing list or on the wiki structure page.

Information Architecture and Structure

People and Moderation

Volunteers are needed to create the wiki structure and moderate the wiki content for wiki vandalism.

Volunteers and Moderation

Proposed Wiki pages

You can create wiki pages which are designed as end user support within this section of The Document Foundation wiki.

Proposed Pages

Proposals for new LibreOffice Tools and Projects

New LibreOffice projects and tools need to be proposed and discussed from the Community. Insert your proposal here:

Proposals for new Tools and Projects