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2011/08/17

LibreOffice 3.3.4 is Ready for Download

Filed under: Announcements — Florian Effenberger @ 12:35

The Document Foundation announces the availability of LibreOffice 3.3.4, a new release of the free office suite’s 3.3 branch. The new version is available for download at http://www.libreoffice.org/download

LibreOffice 3.3.4 fixes several bugs, the next maintenance release 3.3.5 is scheduled for October. In the meantime, development is continuing on the 3.4 series, which offers new features. The next version in that branch – LibreOffice 3.4.3 – is expected by the end of August.

The Document Foundation maintains two editions of LibreOffice: version 3.3.x caters to conservative users, who wish to stick to a proven release in deep maintenance mode, with increasingly infrequent updates, while the 3.4 branch provides a more modern and featurefull release. We therefore strongly recommend everyone to update to the 3.4 series in the near future.

LibreOffice 3.3.4 is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, in over 100 different languages (more than twice the language coverage of comparable proprietary products).

Detailed technical change logs are available at http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/src/bugfixes-libreoffice-3-3-release-3.3.4.1.log and http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/src/commit-log-libreoffice-3-3-release-3.3.4.1.log

The next events where you can meet developers and community members will be the LibreOffice Hackfest, taking place this September in Munich (http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Hackfest2011) and the LibreOffice Conference, taking place this October in Paris (http://conference.libreoffice.org/conference-registration/)

11 Comments

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  2. thanks for the information on update and explanation of the 3.3 and 3.4 branch.
    where possible I like the newest developments so I’ll download the latest 3.4.x

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  5. Congratulations on applying the long fixed ppt save bug – 32709 – please bring this to the 3.4.x series soon!

    Comment by Mike — 2011/08/19 @ 02:05

  6. It is really confusing to have two release series at the same time. Just check the http://www.libreoffice.org/download page. How are new users to know what the difference between a “green icon with a checkmark” and “blue icon with an i” releases is? You don’t explain that and you don’t link to an explanation.

    Why not just post the 3.4 release big and up top and then provide a smaller textlink to “alternative long maintainance version 3.3 …” somewhere below that?

    Comment by Jona — 2011/08/20 @ 09:46

    • Seriously, I think that would be a terrible idea. If there was no warning next to the 3.4.0 release, I would have stopped using LibreOffice quite early. The 3.4. release series up to and including 3.4.2 is not stable enough for my deployment, and I would guess, that this is the case for most advanced spreadsheet users. Therefore, I think the 3.3 release series should be the one somebody using LibreOffice for the first time, should be encouraged to try. That being said, the bugs I submitted and that were show stoppers for me regarding the 3.4. series, are in the meantime marked as solved for the upcoming 3.4.3 release and I am really looking forward to this release.
      In my opinion, having two release series at the same time, is a very good idea.

      Comment by Nikos — 2011/08/22 @ 14:03

  7. I am concerned that previously OpenOffice was suffering from “code bloat”. How is the overall “design” and user feel being managed?
    Is it “clone alone” or is there some “design” going into it?

    Comment by David — 2011/08/20 @ 19:48

  8. I really enjoyed the latest version, but I am having a highly annoying issue with ctrl+right shortcut. When I am before last word of the line and ctrl+right, instead of moving to the end of line, it moves to the next line. I do not know how to resolve this.

    Comment by Kervin Ramen — 2011/08/21 @ 07:42

  9. Hola, me gusta la ultima versión, especialmente el cambio con la búsqueda, que ya no invade la página, sino que sale discretamente abajo a la izquierda, cuando teclee control +b, creí que era un fallo, porque no veía la ventanota de búsqueda. Me gusta también que guarda historial de búsquedas, y las demás funciones. Si tú no quiere usar la ultima versión, sigue usando, la versión estable, pero alguien tiene que probar los nuevos cambios para opinar y que alguna vez ésta, sea estable para todos, saludos y gracias, equipo de LO
    Desde Guatemala, saludos

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