The Document Foundation Blog

2011/02/21

A warm welcome to Canonical

Filed under: Community — The Document Foundation @ 17:55

The Document Foundation welcomes the contribution of Canonical‘s development team to LibreOffice. In particular it is great to welcome Bjoern Michaelsen’s recent addition to the full time team on the project from Canonical. Bjoern brings deep expertise on the LibreOffice core, and has spearheaded many improvements in his previous role at Oracle, we are excited to see his positive impact on LibreOffice, as well as in the Debian and Ubuntu versions of the future. It is also wonderful to see Canonical’s fixes for ARM based platforms, and the results of their investment via CodeThink in Unity Integration. It’s great to have you guys on board.

25 Comments

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  2. Please support libre software, and provide updates with StatusNet/identi.ca instead of or along with your twitter feeds. Thanks for your attention!

    Comment by libre updates — 2011/02/21 @ 21:46

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  9. [...] пакета LibreOffice, независимого форка проекта OpenOffice.org, сообщила о расширении финансируемой компанией Canonical группы [...]

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  10. Thank you Canonical for your financial support of libre software.

    Comment by Tom — 2011/02/22 @ 19:58

  11. [...] Eintrag im Blog der Document Foundation zufolge will Canonical die LibreOffice-Suite finanziell bei der Entwicklung unterstützen. Unter [...]

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  12. Grande Canonical por sumarse a LibreOffice. Para este año tiene que estar LibreOffice en Ubuntu y en todas las demás distribuciones.

    Comment by Andrés León Álvarez — 2011/02/22 @ 22:48

  13. Is this possibly the guy named Björn Michaelsen?

    Comment by seikku — 2011/02/23 @ 10:28

  14. [...] hat weitere Unterstützung erhalten: Die Ubuntu-Sponsoren Canonical sind jetzt ebenfalls dabei, wie aus diesem Blogpost hervorgeht. Konkret wird Björn Michaelsen in Vollzeit Teil des [...]

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  16. LibreOffice & Canonical make a great combination. Looking forward to this cooperation. I’m sure this combo will be a Juggernaut.

    Comment by Paul — 2011/02/24 @ 12:38

  17. Oh no, let’s hope Canonical won’t demand a cut, some share, or a bribe, or plain payment for their adoption of LibreOffice for every installation on their Ubuntu Linux, erm, sorry, Ubuntu Microsoft device. LibreOffice must be *Libre* and those guys are looking for trouble, lately…

    Comment by Bob — 2011/02/26 @ 16:49

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  20. [...] suite will not support Unity’s ‘global menubar’ by default. Canonical’s Björn Michaelsen says that this is due to stability concerns. However, it will still be available as an installable [...]

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