Get to know TDF Core Team: interview with Sophie Gautier

brno47Typical day of Sophie

A first thing of the day (together with coffee) is to read mails in my inbox, sort them by priorities and begin to answer. Then I do moderation on Ask instances and

LibreOffice contributor interview: Leif Lodahl

With the Month of LibreOffice nearly over (stay tuned for a wrap-up!) we now return to our regular interviews with contributors to the project. This week it’s the turn of Leif Lodahl, who helps out with localization


What do you do in the LibreOffice project?

I am the lead of the

Final week of the Month of LibreOffice, November 2016

We’re now into the final week of the Month of LibreOffice, November 2016! So far, 210 badges have been awarded – so 210 members of the LibreOffice community have contributed in the last 23 days. Fantastic work, everyone!

If your name isn’t there, you still have a chance to earn a shiny

Second Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 5.3

noun_83830_ccLibreOffice 5.3 will be announced at the end of January 2017, with a large number of new features which are summarized on the release notes page: In order to find, report and triage bugs,

LibreOffice Conference 2016: First videos online

Here at The Document Foundation we’ve been really busy since the LibreOffice Conference in September, running our Community Weeks and the Month of LibreOffice. But finally we’ve started putting videos online from presentations at the conference.

Don’t miss this opening presentation, the State of the Project, and then scroll down for more talks

LibreOffice in Guarani


By Prof. Alcides Torres
Translation: Huber Melli

LibreOffice would be the first office suite translated to Guaraní, a native language from South America spoken by more than 6 million people in this sub-continent. Language is a