Monthly Archive:: May 2022

Projects selected for LibreOffice in the Google Summer of Code 2022

The LibreOffice Google Summer of Code projects have been selected for 2022.

  • Hannah Meeks – VBA Macros – Tests and missing APIs : We support VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) Macros in LibreOffice, but the implemented API isn’t complete and the API functions aren’t largely tested. The consequence of this is that

Last week of the Month of LibreOffice, May 2022!

So far, 233 sticker packs have been awarded in the Month of LibreOffice, May 2022. But there’s still one more week to go – so if your name (or username) isn’t on the list, join in, help to make LibreOffice even better, and get some cool swag! We’ll have

Draw Guide 7.3

Peter Schofield and Kees Kriek are happy to announce the Draw Guide 7.3  with the latest LibreOffice Draw 7.3 developments.

Download Draw Guide 7.3

This 348 pages book covers the main features of Draw, the vector graphics component of LibreOffice. Using Draw, a wide variety

May 2022, Month of LibreOffice Awards

In May 2022, LibreOffice has received two Awards: SourceForge’s Open Source Project of the Month, and Software Informer’s Editor’s Pick.

This is a partial screenshot of the current SourceForge home page: and this is SourceForge’s LibreOffice download page:

LibreOffice at the Univention Summit 2022

After two years of pandemic restrictions, more and more in-person events are now taking place. Members of the LibreOffice community attended the recent Univention Summit 2022 in Bremen, northern Germany. They had a stand with LibreOffice merchandise, talked to visitors and answered questions.

Thorsten Behrens, Chairperson of The Document Foundation’s (TDF)

Sponsorship Package for LibreOffice Conference 2022

The Sponsorship Package for the LibreOffice Conference 2022 in Milan is now available: