Help to spread the word about LibreOffice!

Millions of people around the world use LibreOffice every day – but there are still some people who haven’t heard about our free, powerful, open source, Microsoft-compatible office suite. So here are some ideas for spreading the word – and click the image to learn more about our marketing projects:

LibreOffice 6.2 community focus: Localisation

Last week, we talked to the design community about their preparations for the upcoming LibreOffice 6.2 release. Today we hear from Sophie Gautier, who helps out with localisation (l10n) – that is, translating the software’s user interface, documentation and website into other languages…

What new feature(s) in LibreOffice 6.2 are you most excited about?

The many improvements and new features added to the online version will push it a step further and speed up its adoption.…

Community Member Monday: Mohamed Trabelsi and Jim Raykowski

LibreOffice’s worldwide community is active in many areas: translations, QA, marketing, design, documentation, coding and more. Today we chat to a couple of community members about their experiences in the project…

Mohamed Trabelsi

Where do you live, and what are your interests?

I’ve been living in Kobe, Japan for three years now. I was Master student at Kobe Institute of Computing for two years, then I did internship for six months at iCRAFT Corp, a Japanese IT company in Kobe.…

LibreOffice 6.2 community focus: Design

LibreOffice 6.2 is due to be released at the end of this month, and many communities in the project have been working hard on new features. Today we talk to Heiko Tietze, The Document Foundation’s UX designer, about the upcoming release…

What new feature(s) in LibreOffice 6.2 are you most excited about?

Two years ago, The Document Foundation announced the MUFFIN concept, that is supposed to give users the freedom to change the user interface to what they are familiar with, and to adopt to any usage scenarios.…

Donate with many types of digital currency (cryptocurrencies)

Donations to The Document Foundation help us to support the LibreOffice project and community, in terms of events, infrastructure, knowledge-sharing and more. For instance, this image shows how donations were put to good use in 2017.

We’ve accepted Bitcoin donations for a while, but now, via CoinGate, LibreOffice supporters can donate using many other digital currencies including:

  • Litecoin
  • Ethereum
  • Dash
  • Nano
  • Telcoin
  • Zcash
  • XRP (Ripple)
  • Augur
  • Stellar
  • Decred

…and more.…

Next C++ workshop: 10 January 2019 at 19:00 UTC

Yes, we’re running another C++ workshop, where you can watch a video about a specific feature of the language, then join our community of developers for a live discussion! This time, the topic is abstract data types:

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