LibreOffice 6.3.5 available for download

Berlin, February 20, 2020 – The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 6.3.5, the 5th minor release of the LibreOffice 6.3 family, targeted at individuals using the software for production purposes, who are invited to update their current version. The new release provides bug and regression fixes, and improvements to document compatibility.

LibreOffice 6.3.5’s change log pages are available on TDF’s wiki:

10 great LibreOffice-only features

LibreOffice is a successor project to (commonly known as OpenOffice), as you can see in this timeline – click to enlarge:

We release a new major version every six months – so let’s check out some of the great features our community and certified developers have added in recent years!

1. Improved compatibility – .docx

LibreOffice presentations at FOSDEM 2020 – learn about the technology behind the software

FOSDEM is the biggest European get-together of free and open source software (aka FOSS). And, of course, the LibreOffice community and certified developers were there!

Indeed, many developers and community members gave talks about their recent work – check out these links for the videos and slides…

Main track

Open Document Editors devroom

Collaborative Information and Content Management Applications

Call for Paper for LibOCon 2020 is now open

The openSUSE and LibreOffice Projects are combining their annual conferences together for one year in 2020 to have a joint openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference. This joint conference, which is combined this one year to celebrate 10 years of the LibreOffice Project and 15 years of the openSUSE Project, will take place at the Z-bau in Nuremberg, Germany, from October 13 to 16, 2020.…

LibreOffice Loves Free Software

30,000 followers on Twitter!

Yes, our Twitter account now has over 30,000 followers. A big thanks to everyone in the community for supporting us, sharing and liking our tweets, and helping to spread the word about LibreOffice and free software!

Of course, we understand that not everyone wants to use Twitter, so we’re active on other platforms as well. For instance, our Mastodon account has 3,400 followers and gaining more every week.…