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Friday Community #6

Bjoern Michaelsen has just announced the LibreOffice Hackfest Hamburg 2018 on April 7th and 8th, which will be the

Making Macro Programming a Breeze: The BASIC & API Reference Cards

Update: Reference card for runtime library is now available.

One of the recurring issue when using LibreOffice as a replacement of other office applications is the migration of macros to the LibreOffice BASIC dialect and objects. While the LibreOffice BASIC programming language is almost standard, the objects inside a document have different names, methods and properties,

Thursday Community #5

Showing our love for free software at LibreOffice FOSDEM booth, and around FOSDEM. Above, from left to right: Italo Vignoli (Italy), Sophie Gautier (France), Mike Saunders

Wednesday Community #4

Last week, we have announced LibreOffice 6.0. Thanks to our incredible global community, we have been able to send press releases not only in English but also in other languages: Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese (Brasilian), Russian, Slovenian, Spanish and Traditional Chinese.

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Documentation Community Releases Writer Guide 5.4

Internet, January 29th, 2018. The LibreOffice documentation community is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Writer Guide 5.4, with all innovations and enhancements of LibreOffice 5.4. The guide is an in-depth reorganization and revision of the Writer Guide 4.2. The work was lead by Jean Hollis Weber, with collaboration from Cathy Crumbley and

LibreOffice community focus: Development

Over the past few weeks, we’ve talked to the documentation, localisation, QA (quality assurance) and design communities about their preparations for LibreOffice 6.0, which is due to be released this week. For our final Community Focus, we turn to the developer community, which has helped to implement many