Check out these awesome community developers, who improved LibreOffice last Month! Join our dev team and build up your skills:

Last year, Kukuh Syafaat designed this awesome logo for the LibreOffice Conference 2020. Today, we're starting a contest to design this year's logo! Join in, show off your design skills, and win some lovely LibreOffice merchandise:

If you find LibreOffice useful, why not contribute back to the community that makes it! You don't need to be a programmer – you can help out with guides and translations, like Manuel Frassinetti does:

OpenDocument is the native file format of LibreOffice, and is supported by many other productivity tools. Here's an update from the Technical Committee that works to improve it:

A new major release of LibreOffice is coming up! Yes, LibreOffice 7.2 will include a bunch of new improvements and features – and is due to be released in August. Help our developer community to test and polish it:

LibreOffice tip of the day: Rename your slides in Impress to help you more clearly define "Go to page" interactions, and to have a summary more explicit than "Slide1, Slide2" etc…

Social media, blogs and websites – we at The Document Foundation (the non-profit behind LibreOffice) use these to spread the word, and find new contributors. Learn about what we did in 2020:

LibreOffice tip of the day: Use Sheet > Fill Cells > Random Number to generate a random series based on various distributions.

Next week, Hossein Nourikhah will join the team at The Document Foundation, the non-profit behind LibreOffice, as Developer Community Architect. He'll help to bring new contributors to the LibreOffice project, and get them started:

LibreOffice's Documentation Team – largely driven by volunteers – achieved many great things in 2020! Get the handbooks they created, and get involved:

Announcing the winners in the Month of LibreOffice, May 2021! Everyone who contributed to our projects last month can claim a cool sticker pack – and there's some bonus merch too:

Lots of awesome things are happening in the LibreOffice community – new releases, user guide updates, @gsoc and more. Check out our recap of May 2021:

Local communities help to spread the word about LibreOffice, and encourage users to get involved. In May, the Albanian community had its first in-person meetup in quite a while! More here:

We're moving our IRC channels to Libera.Chat. We use these for communication in many projects in the LibreOffice community. More info here:

Our infrastructure team helps us to support the LibreOffice and Document Liberation projects. Here's what they achieved last year:

Learn more about LibreOffice – but take a break from your computer screen! Many handbooks, produced by our documentation community, are available in printed form:

New feature coming up in LibreOffice 7.2: All background fills can be set to either cover the page inside the margins, or the entire page. Thanks to Michael Stahl @allotropiaEN for implementing this!

You helped us to create logos for anniversary – 10 years (LibreOffice) and 20 years (OpenOffice). And our conference last year. Now you can join our logo contest for the "LibreOffice Technology" and "Ecosystem" brands!

The Document Foundation is the non-profit entity behind LibreOffice. Find out what we did in 2020, thanks to generous donations! We organised events, improved our infrastructure, and worked on many projects:

Tell the world on Mastodon about and get a cool sticker pack! It's part of the Month of LibreOffice, May 2021 – which ends in a few days:

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