Fosscomm 2022

Efstathios Iosifidis

Efstathios Iosifidis is a veterinarian who makes a career change to informatics. He is a 3rd-year student of Applied Informatics at the University of Macedonia.
He is a member of the GNOME Foundation and he is a member of openSUSE and a Fedora ambassador. He is an expert user of ONLYOFFICE. He is also an experienced speaker on many open-source projects.

He adores project management and he is very active in community building.

A milestone of his University life was the FOSSCOMM 2021 organization which led to the establishment of the open-source community. The community is very active. The result of that is the fact that next year, the university will host the KDE Akademy 2023, the global conference of the KDE community. It will be held for the first time in Greece.

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ONLYOFFICE: document collaboration in open-source environments
Efstathios Iosifidis

As people and organizations seek more independence from cloud services controlled and monitored by corporations, they turn to open source software that guarantees digital sovereignty, transparency, and higher security. ONLYOFFICE offers an open-source alternative to popular document editing and collaboration suites that ensures full user control over data and client-side performance, with low-effort integration in user’s environment of choice and full format and feature compatibility with all everyday documents.
Combining editors for text documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms, ONLYOFFICE Docs provides professional and versatile editing instruments and collaborative tools that can serve both daily tasks at home and content editing among large distributed teams.
ONLYOFFICE Docs can be integrated in a Sync&Share service or CMS, used as a production component in software, or accessed in a full-stack ONLYOFFICE Workspace with document editing and management, projects, mail, CRM and communication. In this presentation, you will discover everything about ONLYOFFICE Docs and find out how to use it within your open-source environment.

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