[da-dansk] Fwd: [tdf-members] LibreOffice Online for TDF Members
Det er nu muligt for alle TDF-medlemmer at få adgang til en demonstration
af LibreOffice online. Det er samme login som til Wiki'en.
Ganske sjovt at prøve.
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From: Italo Vignoli <[hidden email]>
Date: 2018-04-17 13:17 GMT+02:00
Subject: [tdf-members] LibreOffice Online for TDF Members
To: Tdf Members <[hidden email]>
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The Document Foundation is happy to announce the availability of a
LibreOffice online instance for its members. TDF members who create an
account in the foundation's single sign-on (LDAP) system can now access
a LibreOffice Online test instance integrated with Nextcloud at the
LibreOffice Online features can be accessed once inside NextCloud. To
open an existing file, click on the file name to open it. To create a
new file, click on the + (plus) sign to open the drop-down menu with a
list of the available operations, choose the type of document you want
to create from the drop-down menu, enter the desired file name (the
system adds the proper file extension), and press Enter on the keyboard
to open the new document.
TDF Members can use this TDF instance of LibreOffice Online to get
familiar with product features and to test collaborative editing,
working together with other members of the foundation.
The provided LibreOffice Online instance is for demonstrational purposes
only. While we encourage members to use it for their work on project
related activities, and to show LOOL features to people who are not
aware of this new productivity opportunity, we strongly advise to not
use it for private, business or confidential documents, as TDF does not
provide any guarantees whatsoever.
TDF Members won’t be given automatic access to LDAP, though. Their
requests will be monitored, and they will be manually added to the
relevant group within a couple of days. In the near future, our single
sign-on instance will also be mandatory for further services, like wiki,
Redmine, BugZilla and others, where it is already available as an
additional login mechanism.
This announcement is not intended as a replacement of previously
announced LibreOffice Online demos, which continue to be maintained and
updated, and are still available to all TDF members.