The Document Foundation Blog

2011/03/22

LibreOffice 3.3.2 is now available

Filed under: Announcements — Florian Effenberger @ 10:57

The Document Foundation maintains its release schedule thanks to a growing and vibrant community of developers

The Internet, March 22, 2011 – The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 3.3.2, the second micro release of the free office suite for personal productivity, which further improves the stability of the software and sets the platform for the next release 3.4, due in mid May. The community of developers has been able to maintain the tight schedule thanks to the increase in the number of contributors, and to the fact that those that have started with easy hacks in September 2010 are now working at substantial features. In addition, they have almost completed the code cleaning process, getting rid of German comments and obsolete functionalities.

“I have started hacking LibreOffice code on September 28, 2010, just a few hours after the announcement of the project, and I found a very welcoming community, where senior developers went out of their way to help newbies like me to become productive. After a few hours I submitted a small patch removing 5 or 6 lines of dead code… enough to get my feet wet and learn the workflow”, says Norbert, a French developer living in the United States. “In a short time, I ended up removing the VOS library – deprecated for a decade – from LibreOffice, and finding and fixing various threading issues in the process”.

LibreOffice 3.3.2 is being released just one day after the closing of the first funding round launched by The Document Foundation to collect donations towards the 50,000 euro capital needed to establish a Stiftung in Germany. In five weeks, the community has donated twice as much, i.e. around 100,000 euro. All additional funds will be used for operating expenses such as infrastructure costs and registration of domain names and trademarks, as well as for community development expenses such as travel funding for TDF representatives speaking at conferences, booth fees for trade shows, and initial financing of merchandising items, DVDs and printed material.

Italo Vignoli, a founder and a steering committee member of The Document Foundation, will be keynoting at Flourish 2011 in Chicago on Sunday, April 3, at 10:30AM, about getting independent from OpenOffice and Oracle, starting The Document Foundation, raising the capital and the first community budget, organizing developers and other work, and outlining a roadmap for future releases and features.

The Document Foundation is at http://www.documentfoundation.org, while LibreOffice is at http://www.libreoffice.org. LibreOffice 3.3.2 is immediately available from the download page.

About The Document Foundation

The Document Foundation has the mission of facilitating the evolution of the LibreOffice Community into a new, open, independent, and meritocratic organization within the next few months. An independent foundation is a better reflection of the values of our contributors, users and supporters, and will enable a more effective, efficient and transparent community. TDF will protect past investments by building on the achievements of the first decade, will encourage wide participation within the community, and will co-ordinate activity across the community.

Media contacts for TDF

Florian Effenberger (Germany)
Mobile: +49 151 14424108 – E-mail: floeff@documentfoundation.org
Olivier Hallot (Brazil)
Mobile: +55 21 88228812 – E-mail: olivier.hallot@documentfoundation.org
Charles H. Schulz (France)
Mobile: +33 6 98655424 – E-mail: charles.schulz@documentfoundation.org
Italo Vignoli (Italy)
Mobile: +39 348 5653829 – E-mail: italo.vignoli@documentfoundation.org

43 Comments

  1. A link to changelog or a brief description of changes would be nice in this release announcement :)

    Comment by Erlan Sergaziev — 2011/03/22 @ 13:03

  2. […] LibreOffice 3.3.2 is now available, €100k raised "LibreOffice 3.3.2 is being released just one day after the closing of the first funding round launched by The Document Foundation to collect donations towards the 50,000 euro capital needed to establish a Stiftung in Germany. In five weeks, the community has donated twice as much, i.e. around 100,000 euro." — Unleash true community and the result is a flood of contribution of all kinds. I now run only LibreOffice and have deleted the "safety copies" of OO.o from my machines. (tags: LibreOffice DocumentFoundation OpenSource FOSS community) […]

    Pingback by links for 2011-03-22 « Wild Webmink — 2011/03/22 @ 13:10

  3. Found a changelog:

    http://www.softpedia.com/progChangelog/LibreOffice-Changelog-171618.html

    Comment by Patrick van Elk — 2011/03/22 @ 13:36

  4. […] chicos de The Document Foundation acaban de anunciar la disponibilidad de la versión estable de LibreOffice […]

    Pingback by LibreOffice 3.3.2 Versión Estable en Español — 2011/03/22 @ 13:37

  5. […] Fonte: http://blog.documentfoundation.org/2011/03/22/libreoffice-3-3-2-is-now-available/ […]

    Pingback by LibreOffice e o poder do modelo livre « Liberdade ainda que tardia — 2011/03/22 @ 13:52

  6. This link from the mailing lists including a changelog (maybe not the definitive):

    http://listarchives.documentfoundation.org/www/announce/msg00034.html

    Comment by Charles Bedon — 2011/03/22 @ 16:32

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    Pingback by Ya está aquí, ya llegó, LibreOffice 3.3.2 — 2011/03/22 @ 17:00

  8. […] Más info aquí. […]

    Pingback by LibreOffice 3.3.2 | Linux Zone — 2011/03/22 @ 17:05

  9. why isnt L.O. in ubuntu software center?????

    Comment by George — 2011/03/22 @ 17:35

    • It is, as a ppa – I can’t recall the exact URL, but if you search in the ubuntu forums archives, you’ll find it.

      Comment by Anonymous coward — 2011/04/21 @ 13:21

  10. […] wie Florian Effenberger, Mitglied des Steering Committee der Document Foundation, in einem Blogeintrag […]

    Pingback by Anonymous — 2011/03/22 @ 18:05

  11. […] Доступен очередной корректирующий выпуск офисного пакета LibreOffice 3.3.2, независимого форка проекта OpenOffice.org, основанного в результате расхождения взглядов на будущее развитие проекта независимых разработчиков и компании Oracle. В новой версии представлено только исправление ошибок и обновление файлов с переводами. Также сообщается о выполнении работы по чистке кода от устаревших функций и комментариев на немецком языке. Готовые установочные пакеты подготовлены в форматах deb и rpm. Выпуск 3.3.2 является последним в ветке 3.3.x, на середину мая намечен выход следующего значительного релиза LibreOffice 3.4. […]

    Pingback by Увидел свет офисный пакет LibreOffice 3.3.2 | AllUNIX.ru – Всероссийский портал о UNIX-системах — 2011/03/22 @ 18:31

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  13. Strange ……
    After installation, I always got a redirection to a openoffice website

    Comment by c0rt00ms — 2011/03/22 @ 19:31

  14. Still waiting for the latest portable version. When will LO be available at portableapps.com?

    Comment by Samson — 2011/03/22 @ 21:45

    • Also looking forward to the PortableApps one …

      Comment by Danie Gerber — 2011/03/29 @ 15:14

  15. […] Mit DM Release von LibreOffice 3.3.2 haben Dies die LibreOffice-Entwickler geschafft, ihrenengen Zeitplaneinzuhalten. Möglich wurde Das durch sie wachsende Zahl In Unterstützern, von denen viele mit kleinen Verbesserungen angefangen haben Ansonsten nun an bedeutenden Funktionen arbeiten, Zoll dieser Art von Florian Effenberger, Mitglied eines Steering Committee Der Document Foundation, beimBlogeintragbetont. […]

    Pingback by Zweites Update für LibreOffice 3.3 erschienen | Touchscreen Handy — 2011/03/23 @ 01:35

  16. @ 2. Erlan Sergaziev,
    @14. c0rt00ms:

    Please, see >Download > Release Notes.

    Have fun! :)

    Comment by DrakoDrakkonis — 2011/03/23 @ 01:49

  17. […] tout seigneur, tout honneur : LibreOffice est sorti en version 3.3.2. Quelques corrections de bugs et de modification au niveau des traductions. Prochaine étape ? La […]

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  19. […] Más información: http://blog.documentfoundation.org […]

    Pingback by Libre Office 3.3.2 disponible | El Blog de Rigo — 2011/03/23 @ 10:46

  20. […] oficjalnym blogu The Document Foundation poinformowano o wydaniu LibreOffice 3.3.2 z poprawkami dotyczącymi stabilności pakietu. Jest to druga już […]

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  21. please – what kind of good do those pingbacks? Pls remove. Too hard to find release notes amogst all this noise..

    Comment by peter — 2011/03/23 @ 15:33

  22. […] Más información: Libreoffice 3.3.2. […]

    Pingback by » Ya se encuentra disponible para su descarga: LibreOffice 3.3.2 — 2011/03/23 @ 15:33

  23. […] en el día de ayer se presentó la segunda revisión de LibreOffice 3.3, es decir la versión 3.3.2 que mejora la estabilidad y […]

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  24. […] LibreOffice 3.3.2 is now available […]

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  25. Sorry to see that Gnuplot svg import still not working as it should.

    Comment by Tduell — 2011/03/23 @ 23:11

  26. […] Fonte: blog.documentfoundation.org […]

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  27. […] LibreOffice 3.3.2 is now available « The Document Foundation Blog […]

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  28. […] today by the Document fundation the release of LibreOffice3.3.2, this is an update release that comes to improve the stability of the software and sets the […]

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  29. Hey guys, nice update.

    However I can’t “autoupdate”. Do I have to download again the whole package and reinstall?

    Comment by Wes M — 2011/03/24 @ 20:53

  30. […] LibreOffice development really shows the power of collaboration. Little over a month after their previous “micro […]

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  32. […] con más entusiasmo está siendo desarrollado es LibreOffice. Esta vez tengo el honor de presentaros la versión 3.3.2 de la popular suite ofimática. En ésta versión se siguen puliendo las […]

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  33. […] 3.3.2 was released March 22 with lots of bug fixes and code clean-ups. 3.4.0 is scheduled for May 2 and 3.4.1 is […]

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  34. […] plazos se mantienen, tal y como informan en el anuncio oficial, gracias al incremento de desarrolladores que ha recibido esta aplicación: algunos de los que […]

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  35. As per Wes M’s comment #31 above, how do I update/upgrade from previous versions? For example from 3.3.1 to 3.3.2?

    Are we expected to download the whole package again and reinstall?

    I added the repository: “sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa”, but am a little unsure if this will be OK for my Ubuntu64 platform.

    “sudo apt-get upgrade libreoffice” does nothing:

    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.

    Looking at the version number in writer I still have 3.3.1

    Or are the updates not available yet?

    Comment by Derrick — 2011/04/01 @ 07:49

  36. […] eco de la liberación de la primera release candidate de LibreOffice 3.3.2 y ya tenemos aquí la versión final. Lo cierto es que la velocidad de desarrollo de la suite es impresionante, nada que ver con […]

    Pingback by Habemus LibreOffice 3.3.2 | Doculinux — 2011/04/15 @ 13:03

  37. […] ◆2011/3/22 『オープンソースのオフィスソフトウェアLibreOffice 3.3.2 がリリースへ』 → http://blog.documentfoundation.org/2011/03/22/libreoffice-3-3-2-is-now-available/ […]

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  38. It seems that the download links http://www.libreoffice.org/download/ are all broken including all links coming from other sites promoting LibreOffice.

    I noted this just now after an hour of searching for this office to no avail. I do hope I could download this software rather than using MS word.

    Thanks

    Comment by Nick — 2011/05/15 @ 10:44

  39. […] This release was primarily a stabilizing update bringing further bug fixes and code clean-ups. The announcement also said this release sets the stage for the next major release, 3.4.0, due May 2. 3.3.2 is […]

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