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From msei...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1852801 - /openoffice/site/trunk/content/orientation/how-aoo-project-works.mdtext
Date Sat, 02 Feb 2019 16:56:30 GMT
Author: mseidel
Date: Sat Feb  2 16:56:29 2019
New Revision: 1852801

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1852801&view=rev
Log:
Removed whitespace, fixed typo

Modified:
    openoffice/site/trunk/content/orientation/how-aoo-project-works.mdtext

Modified: openoffice/site/trunk/content/orientation/how-aoo-project-works.mdtext
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/openoffice/site/trunk/content/orientation/how-aoo-project-works.mdtext?rev=1852801&r1=1852800&r2=1852801&view=diff
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--- openoffice/site/trunk/content/orientation/how-aoo-project-works.mdtext (original)
+++ openoffice/site/trunk/content/orientation/how-aoo-project-works.mdtext Sat Feb  2 16:56:29
2019
@@ -20,25 +20,25 @@ Notice:    Licensed to the Apache Softwa
 
 1. As you learned in the [previous module](intro-contributing.html) the Apache Software Foundation
formally has Members, who elect a Board of Directors who appoint Officers, including PMC (Project
Management Committee) Chairs, who work with the PMC's of the individual Top Level Projects
and their communities, to publish open source software for the public good. In this module
we'll take a closer look at how exactly we accomplish this within the Apache OpenOffice project,
how we divide up the tasks and get all the stuff done that is needed to release a new version
of OpenOffice.
 
-1. Volunteers in the project tend to self-identify themselves in one or more of the following
categories, depending on their interests, skills and contributitions:
+1. Volunteers in the project tend to self-identify themselves in one or more of the following
categories, depending on their interests, skills and contributions:
 
-    * Developers are the programmers who write, debug and fix the C++ code that is the core
of the OpenOffice software.
-    * QA (Quality Assurance) are the volunteers to test OpenOffice builds, looking for bugs.
They also develop test automation and test cases.
-    * Support are the volunteers who answer user questions on our Community Forums and User
list.
-    * UX (Usability)
-    * Localization/Internationalization are the volunteers whose expertise is in adapting
OpenOffice so it works well with the writing and other cultural conventions and expectations
of
-    users around the globe. This includes translations and related activities.
-    * Documentation
-    * Admins, including moderators,
-    * Marketing
-    * Website development
+	* Developers are the programmers who write, debug and fix the C++ code that is the core
of the OpenOffice software.
+	* QA (Quality Assurance) are the volunteers to test OpenOffice builds, looking for bugs.
They also develop test automation and test cases.
+	* Support are the volunteers who answer user questions on our Community Forums and User
list.
+	* UX (Usability)
+	* Localization/Internationalization are the volunteers whose expertise is in adapting OpenOffice
so it works well with the writing and other cultural conventions and expectations of
+	users around the globe. This includes translations and related activities.
+	* Documentation
+	* Admins, including moderators,
+	* Marketing
+	* Website development
 
 1. We also work closely with other specialized teams within Apache for topics where it is
important to enforce ASF-wide policies:
 
-    * Infrastructure
-    * Legal Affairs
-    * Trademarks/Branding
-    * Conference Committee (ConCom)
-    * Incubator
+	* Infrastructure
+	* Legal Affairs
+	* Trademarks/Branding
+	* Conference Committee (ConCom)
+	* Incubator
 
-1. Congratulations!  You have completed this Level. Please send a note to [recruitment@openoffice.apache.org](mailto:recruitment@openoffice.apache.org?subject=Completed
How the Apache OpenOffice Project Works) so we all know you have completed this level. This
is also a good opportunity to send along any feedback or questions you might have on this
Orientation Module.
+1. Congratulations! You have completed this level. Please send a note to [recruitment@openoffice.apache.org](mailto:recruitment@openoffice.apache.org?subject=Completed
How the Apache OpenOffice Project Works) so we all know you have completed this level. This
is also a good opportunity to send along any feedback or questions you might have on this
Orientation Module.



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