Locus → My Academics → Engaged Learning →Add/Edit/View. Remember that
your "organization" is just Loyola University (that is, you're not going
off-site), and you are working on an open-source software project.
There's a longer document, experiential_tutorial.pdf, in the Sakai
Resources folder. There's also luc.edu/experiential.
After you create your entry, I'll get notified that I'm supposed to
Due: Friday of next week (Feb 26).
You can either find the bug by using
LibreOffice, or by looking at their bugzilla site, bugs.documentfoundation.org
(you might have to create an account). Either way, you should be able to
reproduce the bug, so you will probably have to install LibreOffice. If
you are reporting a bug from their bugzilla site, you must
able to reproduce it.
If you find the bug yourself, you do not
have to report it to
LibreOffice (to report it you really should search to see if someone else
has already reported it, and that's quite a bit of extra work).
Your report to me should describe the bug, and how you reproduce
. You should also include a sample LibreOffice file to
demonstrate the bug, in whatever format is necessary (although some bugs
don't have files; for example, "create a new file, store it in .docx
format, paste a .png image, and save"). The sample file is particularly
important if you're reporting on a bug you found at the bugzilla site.
Be sure to let me know what operating system you're using, and what
version of LibreOffice, and which program within the LibreOffice suite (eg
I'm suggesting LibreOffice because it's, well, so easy. (Ok, maybe not
easy when you're actually trying
to find a bug, but there are
quite a few out there.) However, you may
instead report on a bug
in some other open-source project, if you wish.
3. Commons Clause
4. Dual licensing
5. "Ethical" licenses
Open Source as a business