Awards Archive

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.

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LibreOffice has been awarded the Editor’s Pick badge by Software Informer

This is Software Informer’s editor rating.

Work with document files either imported from programs like MS Word, Excel and other office tools or created natively in formats like ODF or PDF compatible with modern and open standards. Editing,

Best Community 2020: LibreOffice at DINAcon

At the recent online DINAcon (Digital Sustainability Conference) in Switzerland, Mike Saunders from The Document Foundation gave a talk about how TDF and the LibreOffice community works.

And guess what: our community won an award at DINAcon too: Best Community 2020! We’re really proud to have such an active, passionate and

LibreOffice wins Bossie Awards 2016

bos16-libreoffice-100683495-origEvery year, InfoWorld editors and contributors pick the top open source software for data centers, clouds, developers, big data analysts, and IT pros. LibreOffice has been selected amongst InfoWorld’s top picks in open source business applications,

LibreOffice wins two open source awards at PortalProgramas

LibreOffice has won two different awards at PortalProgramas.Com, for the following categories:

  1. Mayor potencial de crecimiento (best growth potential), because it is regularly updated and is open to new features and applications;
  2. Esencial para empresas (essential for enterprises), because it covers all enterprise office automation needs without adding license costs.

Regione Umbria awarded for the migration to LibreOffice

LibreUmbria, the migration project of Regione Umbria to LibreOffice, has been awarded a prize for innovation – for metholodology and process – as one of top 10 Italian government projects in 2012/2013.

The migration project has been launched in September 2012, and is documented on the project’s website at www.libreumbria.it (only in