Here’s our summary of updates, events and activities in the LibreOffice project in the last four weeks – click the links to learn more…
Communities around the world organise local events to meet in person, but many of these events have moved online, given the ongoing pandemic. The Indonesian community organised an online translation marathon to improve LibreOffice’s localisation in their language. They’re getting close to having 100% of the user interface translated – a big thanks for all their work!
On a more light-hearted note, TDF Board member Franklin Weng created an Easter Egg hunting game, based on the Document Freedom Day. Try to find the important words or phrases!
In the middle of the month, we provided an update on the status of LibreOffice for Android and iOS. Our main focus is on the desktop app right now, but mobile apps based on LibreOffice are available from our certified developers and partners.
Running LibreOffice on Windows 10? Need help with file management? Harald Berger, from our documentation and German-language communities, created a newcomer-friendly video explaining the basics of file management, and how to organise your documents for efficient usage in LibreOffice.
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