The FOSDEM 2013 talks are up now, and this one of LibreOffice Refactoring really hit an interesting mark. The LibreOffice team has been aggressively rebuilding a culture of rapid change as a road to quality, bringing in a test and test automation culture, and leaving nearly no parts of the code as sacred.
It's interesting that LibreOffice seems to be doing a much better job than OpenOffice at removing technical debt. I think we're already seeing the effect of that cultural split, and I expect that in the future this is going to get far more obvious.
I can't wait to get the Android remote working for future presentations. Will be a lot of fun to drive my presentations that way.
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