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Subject Re:Re:Re: project Volunteer
Date Mon, 07 Jan 2013 12:14:33 GMT
Hi Fan Zheng,
    Thank you for your help!
    I am so luck to get the link:, it is very useful,
I will read it throughly,I will ask you If I have questions

Kind regards

At 2013-01-07 11:40:38,"Fan Zheng" <> wrote:
>So happy that got a new comer from China, and interested in SW!
>I encourage you take a look on the WIKI page about the technical design of
>SW, which maybe helping you understanding the whole stuff. But
>occasionally, the AOO WIKI will be unavailable, so good luck…
>Here is the link:
>Follow the describes of the issue you picked up, I guess the issue is
>related to the document nodes arrangement, for you reference.
>在 2013/1/7 10:49 AM,"2" <>写道:
>> Hi Regina,
>> I am interested in
>> Bug 97481 -Undo on sorting in nesed tables crashes Writer
>> Kind regards
>> Yi
>> At 2013-01-07 07:00:43,"Regina Henschel" <> wrote:
>> >Hi Yi, > >2 schrieb: >> Hello All, My name is Yi, from China, interested
>> in joining the >> opensource community to gain some experience. My interest
>> lies in >> C++. I have got my own build on Windows XP with a MSVC 2008
>> Express >> .I am interested in Writer. What can I do next? > >You can
>> into Bugzilla [1], whether there is a bug, that you are  >interested in.
>> Use the 'Advanced search'. You can narrow the search by  >project "word
>> processor" and by a component. Severity should be  >'trivial' or 'minor',
>> so that there is no pressure to fix it. The status  >should be 'Confirmed',
>> so that you are sure it is really a bug and not  >an user error. You can
>> also use 'Accepted', if the last activity is more  >than two years ago,
>> because that was before the move to Apache. If you  >have found one (or
>> more) issues you are interested in, then tell it  >here. The experienced
>> developers can likely judge, whether such b
>>  ug is  >suitable to begin and they can give you a hint, where to start in
>> the code. > >We have quite recently introduced a category "Difficulty", so
>> there are  >only few issues at all already sort in and therefore "easy" has
>> only few  >bugs. If it need not be Writer, you might find suitable issues
>> via this  >category too. > >[1]
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