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2013/10/04

The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 4.1.2

Filed under: Announcements, LibreOffice — italovignoli @ 10:30

Several new developers enter the Engineering Steering Committee

Berlin, October 4, 2013 – The Document Foundation (TDF) announces LibreOffice 4.1.2, for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. This is the second minor release of the LibreOffice 4.1 family, which features a large number of improved interoperability features with proprietary and legacy file formats.

The new release is another step forward in the process of improving the overall quality and stability of LibreOffice 4.1. For enterprise adoptions, The Document Foundation suggests LibreOffice 4.0.5 (with 4.0.6 expected soon), supported by certified professionals.

LibreOffice 4.1.2 arrives one week after the LibreOffice Conference in Milan, where the community has gathered from all over the world to discuss software development and quality assurance, in addition to ODF, interoperability with proprietary document formats, community and marketing.

During the conference, several new developers have joined the Engineering Steering Committee, which has now 18 members: Stephan Bergmann – Red Hat, Rene Engelhard – Volunteer, Lionel Mamane – Volunteer, Adam Fyne – CloudOn, Christian Lohmair – TDF, Michael Meeks – Collabora, Bjoern Michaelsen – Canonical, Markus Mohrhard – Collabora (intern), Caolan McNamara – Red Hat, Eike Rathke – Red Hat, David Tardon – Red Hat, Norbert Thiebaud – Volunteer, Andras Timar – Collabora, Robinson Tryon – Volunteer, Eilidh McAdam – Lanedo, Mirek Mazel – Volunteer, Ahmad Hussein Al-Harthi – MOTAH, and Miklos Vajna – Collabora.

LibreOffice 4.1.2 is available for immediate download from the following link: http://www.libreoffice.org/download/. Change logs are available at the following links: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Releases/4.1.2/RC1 (fixed in 4.1.2.1), https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Releases/4.1.2/RC2 (fixed in 4.1.2.2) and https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Releases/4.1.2/RC3 (fixed in 4.1.2.3).

41 Comments

  1. When is libreoffice coming to Android?

    Comment by arttic00 — 2013/10/04 @ 10:43

  2. […] Document Foundation ogłosiło wydanie LibreOffice 4.1.2 dla systemów Windows, Mac OS X i Linux. Naprawiono znalezione błędy, w tym sporo z obsługi […]

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  3. […] LibreOffice 4.1.2 was announced today from Berlin by The Document Foundation. This release brings "a large number of improved interoperability features with proprietary and legacy file formats." This comes on the heels of the big LibreOffice conference, which was mentioned in the announcement. […]

    Pingback by LibreOffice 4.1.2 Released | debexpert — 2013/10/04 @ 11:57

  4. […] gets a maintenance bump: There’s an update for LibreOffice 4.1, the just announced 4.1.2 but the Document Foundation are still not up to recommending it for enterprise adoption and say a […]

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  5. […] 4.1.2 steht ab sofort für Windows, Linux und Mac OS X zum kostenlosen Download bereit. Den Entwicklern zufolge eignet es sich für Early Adopter und private Power-User. Unternehmen empfehlen sie die ältere […]

    Pingback by LibreOffice 4.1.2 ist fertig | ZDNet.de — 2013/10/04 @ 16:27

  6. […] Para conocer los detalles, deberás remitirte al anuncio oficial. […]

    Pingback by Se lanza Libreoffice 4.1.2 | Libuntu, un novedoso blog sobre Distros, Linux y Software Libre — 2013/10/04 @ 16:54

  7. […] le piattaforme, tra cui GNU/Linux, portando un sacco di correzioni e miglioramenti. Qui l’annuncio ufficiale dove troverete la lista completa di tutti gli aggiornamenti e le corezzioni che sono state […]

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  8. The released build states version 4.1.2.2. Isn’t this supposed to be RC3? Thank you.

    Comment by LibO user M — 2013/10/04 @ 18:25

    • Yes, RC3 and the released version are identical

      Comment by Aldi — 2013/10/04 @ 21:33

    • Yes, there was a build of version 4.1.2.2 (RC2). And no, the final release available at http://www.libreoffice.org/download doesn’t state that it’s 4.1.2.2; it correctly states 4.1.2.3.

      Comment by mikekaganski — 2013/10/05 @ 05:13

      • Now it does.

        Comment by LibO user M — 2013/10/07 @ 14:31

  9. […] Document Foundation анонсировала корректирующий выпуск офисного пакета LibreOffice 4.1.2, в […]

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  10. Hello, if I try to download the Spanish version, I just get the help file.

    Comment by David — 2013/10/05 @ 10:00

  11. […] “The new release is another step forward in the process of improving the overall quality and stability of LibreOffice 4.1. For enterprise adoptions, The Document Foundation suggests LibreOffice 4.0.5 (with 4.0.6 expected soon), supported by certified professionals” reads the announcement. […]

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  12. […] Libreoffice 4.1.2 released. […]

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  13. […] LibreOffice 4.1.2. Nueva versión de la suite ofimática por excelencia en GNU/Linux con muchas correcciones en su haber. Más datos, en el anuncio oficial. […]

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  14. WHERE are the version 3 download links!!!

    Comment by B. — 2013/10/07 @ 03:58

  15. Why doesn’t my LibreOffice 4.1.1.2 updating to 4.1.2? Could you please clarify?

    Comment by mad madrasi — 2013/10/07 @ 05:35

    • The automatic updater doesn’t work in LibreOffice for Windows and Mac OS X. You have to download the new version and install manually.

      Comment by Dennis Roczek — 2013/10/15 @ 11:04

  16. […] tal y como dicen sus responsables, “es un paso más en el proceso de mejorar la calidad y la estabilidad de […]

    Pingback by Disponible para descarga LibreOffice 4.1.2 — 2013/10/07 @ 09:51

  17. May you improve publisher compatibility? Not all appear on the page I open. Thanks and good Job.

    Comment by Benjamin Reilly — 2013/10/07 @ 22:58

    • Hi. I’m willing to post a bug report to the official bugtracker, but I need a example file that isn’t working in LibreOffie. Can you provide a link or mail it to me?

      Comment by Dennis Roczek — 2013/10/15 @ 11:02

  18. […] Para conocer los detalles, deberás remitirte al anuncio oficial. […]

    Pingback by Se lanza Libreoffice 4.1.2 | :. Nuevas Novedades.: — 2013/10/08 @ 01:41

  19. […] properly split off into their own packages. Just when I had built libreoffice-4.1.1 there was a source release of 4.1.2 so I never made my 4.1.1 packages public and instead went for the newest […]

    Pingback by Alien Pastures » Libreoffice 4.1.2 packages and the blog is back up — 2013/10/09 @ 08:33

  20. The download randomly stops after a few minutes showing a corrupt file. The corrupt message doesn’t show until partway through the installation, AFTER uninstall the previous version of LibreOffice. I’ve tried several times to download the latest version and every instance fails. So far though, the SourceForge download seems to be completing and I assume it is identical.

    Comment by Michael B. — 2013/10/10 @ 20:23

  21. We really like if libreoffice make its icons stunning. If you want to attract and migrate million microsoft word users, improve the appearance, please. Why libreoffice do not make campaign to invite people to participate in designing the appereance, such as making summer camp, and so on.

    Comment by Samber Nyawa — 2013/10/12 @ 09:53

    • What LO really need – is full MS documents formats support.
      Until LO have it, it almost useless.

      Comment by BF3000 — 2013/10/14 @ 07:58

      • You seem to be unaware of the fact that MS formats are intentionally developed to make interoperability a nightmare. Why don’t you ask MS to develop truly open and transparent standards, instead of obfuscated bloat?
        Apart from that, it is quite funny that LibreOffice is good for the French Government, for instance, to exchange million of documents on a daily basis with MS Office users, and it is almost useless for you.

        Comment by italovignoli — 2013/10/14 @ 10:09

      • It works perfectly for me

        Comment by Titus C — 2013/10/14 @ 10:30

      • So far, I am happy with LO’s interoperability with MS. The only thing I need from LO is customization where user can customize – design and change – the icons himself. LO has making positive progress by using Persona template. We really like if we can do the same for the icons, too. We hope it can happen for the next version.

        Comment by Samber Nyawa — 2013/10/16 @ 00:54

  22. Inter-operates well enough for our very big business. The transition from MS to LibreOffice was painless just got to learn to do some things slightly differently, organisational rollout via GP easy, updating it is very easy. What did surprise me is how many staff weren’t aware of it.

    Comment by Rob — 2013/10/14 @ 20:18

  23. […] The Document Foundation […]

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