Community Archive

Month of LibreOffice, May 2020: The winners!

At the beginning of May, we started a new Month of LibreOffice, celebrating community contributions all across the project. So how many people got sticker packs? Check it out…

This makes it the best Month of LibreOffice we’ve ever had! Hundreds of people, all across the globe, have helped out in

LibreOffice monthly recap: May 2020 – News, events and more…

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 by announcing the Month of LibreOffice – showing our appreciation for contributions from our worldwide community. Everyone who contributed to LibreOffice throughout May can

500,000 Thanks

During the past weekend, we got the 500,000th donation since we started counting them, on May 1st, 2013. We are grateful to all the people who have donated, because they help all of us to keep the LibreOffice community growing and developing. The community has worked on translating LibreOffice in over 120 languages, closing the

Annual Report 2019: Native Language Projects – events around the world

(Note: this is a section from The Document Foundation’s Annual Report 2019, which will be published in full in the coming weeks.)

By helping to translate and market LibreOffice around the world, native language projects bring enthusiasm and passion to the global community. Here’s what they did in 2019…

Albania – Localisation sprint

Tirana, Albania’s

Community Member Monday: Rania Amina

To start with, tell us a bit about yourself!

Hi! I live in the Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and work remotely on PT Sakti Kinerja Kolaborasindo (the office is in Bogor, West Java) as UI and Graphic Designer. Aside from being an active member of the Indonesian LibreOffice community, I am also

Hispanic LibreOffice community meets online

LibreOffice communities around the world love to meet in person, share ideas, work on the software, and have a good time. Of course, “real life” meetings have been difficult in recent months, so communities are going online instead. Daniel A. Rodriguez, LibreOffice contributor based in Argentina and TDF Board member, tells