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Winners in the Month of LibreOffice, May 2023!

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At the start of May, we began a new Month of LibreOffice, celebrating community contributions all across the project. We do these every six months – so how many people got sticker packs this time? Check it out…

LibreOffice Conf Asia x UbuCon Asia 2023 – Surakarta

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Our community in Asia let us know about an event they’re organising…

LibreOffice Conf Asia x UbuCon Asia 2023 (hereinafter referred to as LOUCA23) is an event that brings together Linux and Open Source Software (OSS) activists, contributors, users, communities, and businesses in the Asian region, mainly

LibreOffice project and community recap: May 2023

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Here’s our summary of updates, events and activities in the LibreOffice project in the last four weeks – click the links to learn more…

  • We started May with the Month of LibreOffice! This is a campaign that we run twice a year, encouraging users to join our

Development and Quality Assurance: TDF’s Annual Report 2022

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In 2022, 11,769 commits were made to the LibreOffice source code, from 218 authors, in 10 repositories. We also took part in the Google Summer of Code, to support student developers

(This is part of The Document Foundation’s Annual Report for 2022 – we’ll post the full

Welcome Khaled Hosny, new Developer at TDF

Khaled Hosny

The Document Foundation (TDF) is the non-profit entity behind LibreOffice, providing infrastructure and support for the community that makes the suite. Recently, TDF decided to expand its small team with a new Developer, focusing on improving LibreOffice’s language support. This will help to

LibreOffice Community at Events in Italy, Spring 2023

LibreOffice meetup in Italy, 2023

Emiliano Vavassori, Deputy Chairperson in The Document Foundation’s Board of Directors, give us an update on recent events in Italy:

Linux Arena at Fiera del Radioamatore – Pordenone, April 23rd and 24th

As in every spring, the Pordenone Linux Users Group (PNlug) organizes an internal