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TDF Board elections: Live sessions with the candidates

With elections for The Document Foundation’s Board of Directors running, the Membership Committee is planning to conduct a live Q&A session with the candidates.

The sessions are not mandatory (the candidates can decide whether or not to attend), and TDF members can send the questions to be asked during the

Announcing the election for the next TDF Board of Directors

Marina Latini, on behalf of the Membership Committee, writes:

On October 18, we officially announced the upcoming election for the next Board of Directors of The Document Foundation, the non-profit entity behind LibreOffice.

As per § 7 II of our statutes (binding German version and non-binding English translartion) the

LibreOffice 11th Anniversary

On September 28, 2010, LibreOffice was announced to the world. After 11 years, the project and its global community are amongst the largest in the FLOSS ecosystem, and LibreOffice Technology sets the development path for personal productivity.

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The Document Foundation welcomes allotropia to its Advisory Board

Berlin, July 1, 2021 – The Document Foundation (TDF) announced today that allotropia – a German company that provides services, consulting and products around LibreOffice and related open source projects – has joined TDF’s Advisory Board.

Founded in late 2020 with five long-time LibreOffice developers, allotropia’s stated mission is to bring

Annual Report 2020: Attracting new contributors to LibreOffice

Bringing new community members on board and helping them get started is an essential part of our work. Here’s what we did in 2020

(This is part of The Document Foundation’s Annual Report for 2020 – the full version is here.)

Onboarding tools and sites

Joining a large and established project like

Annual Report 2020: Website, blogs and social media

We use our website, blogs and social media channels to raise awareness about our work, share information and encourage new contributors to join the LibreOffice community

(This is part of The Document Foundation’s Annual Report for 2020 – the full version is here.)

Social media

In January 2020, our Twitter account