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Happy 6th Birthday, LibreOffice

On September 28, 2010, LibreOffice was announced with the distribution of this press release: Community announces The Document Foundation

The community of volunteers developing and promoting sets up an independent Foundation to drive the further growth of the project

The Internet, September 28, 2010 – The community of volunteers who develop and promote, the leading free office software, announce a major change in the projec[…]

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Document Liberation Project interview: Alex Pantechovskis

While most of our recent interviews have been focused on LibreOffice, this week we’re talking to someone involved in our sister project, the Document Liberation Project (DLP). If you’ve never heard of DLP before, watch our short video for an overview.

Alex Pantechovskis is a new contributor to the DLP, and has been working on

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2016-09-28 Wednesday.

Mail chew, poked at a pivot table import profile. Spent a while triaging and prioritising bug/features. Out for a fine pub lunch with David. More mail, bashed slideware, read stories in the evening.

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Happy Birthday, LibreOffice!

Mein ganz persönlicher Rückblick auf die ersten sechs Jahre mit LibreOffice

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