News about the migration to ODF in Taiwan

Plan of National Chi-Nan University to Stop Purchasing Microsoft Office from 2018 Raises Heated Discussions in Taiwan

April 23, 2017, Taiwan – The migration of ODF keeps going in

Tender to Implement Accessibility Improvements (#201704-01)

The Document Foundation (TDF), the charitable entity behind the world’s leading free office suite LibreOffice, seeks for companies or individuals to

implement accessibility improvements into LibreOffice

to start work as soon as possible. TDF is looking for an individual or a company to design and implement, as a turnkey project, a tool to find and flag new

Coming up on 1st May: the next Month of LibreOffice

Last year we had two Months of LibreOffice, in May and November. These celebrated contributions all across the project, from development and documentation through to translations and QA. Everyone who got involved was awarded a badge to use on websites and social media.

This year, though, we’re taking it up

LibreOffice contributor interview: Alex Arnaud

The LibreOffice community tries to make the software as accessible as possible – in other words, usable for people with special needs or requirements. Alex Arnaud is working to make the suite more accessible for users with visual impairments, and discusses his experiences and the challenges ahead in our latest interview…

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First Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 5.4

LibreOffice 5.4 is due to be announced at the end of July 2017, with many new features (those already implemented are summarized on the release notes page –

TDF Team’s Interviews: Christian “Cloph” Lohmaier

Christian “Cloph” Lohmaier has been LibreOffice’s release manager for quite a long time. We asked him some questions, to not only get better knowledge about his daily activities, but find out his opinions about The Document Foundation