Day 3 of the LibreOffice Conference 2019 is underway! Join us on our special bus to the event, for talks about design, translations, LibreOffice Online... And an announcement about next year's conference location!

Can't make it to the LibreOffice Conference 2019? The video from the opening session is already online! Learn about what's new in the LibreOffice project, who's behind it, and our plans for the future:

Meet the community that makes LibreOffice! Here's the group photo from our ongoing conference in Almeria, Spain. Today we have more talks, events and meetups:

Live from the LibreOffice Conference 2019: Terry Tang has some entertaining anecdotes about promoting LibreOffice in state-owned enterprises. Full videos from the talks will be on our blog soon!

Hello from the opening session of the LibreOffice Conference 2019! It's great to see so many community members – and we'd like to say a big thanks to our sponsors as well. Check out the full schedule for the next three days here:

The LibreOffice Conference 2019 begins! Before the main talks start tomorrow, we're having a community meeting to talk about translating LibreOffice and spreading the word. If you're near Almeria, Spain, come and join us:

LibreOffice macros help you to automate simple and complex tasks. Now our community has a dedicated Macro Team to improve the tools, user interface and documentation for them! Check it out:

LibreOffice 6.3.1 and LibreOffice 6.2.7 are now available – they include bug fixes and security updates, and all users are recommended to update:

LibreOffice can open documents in many different file formats, and our community is always striving to improve compatibility. We now have a dedicated team working on better PPT/PPTX (PowerPoint) compatibility – learn more and give them a hand!

History time! Check out the green part of this timeline – LibreOffice is a successor to OpenOffice(.org) (and before that, StarOffice). Our community and certified developers keep pumping out a new major release of LibreOffice every six months – a big thanks to them!

Break down digital divides across the globe! Free and open source software – such as LibreOffice – gives everyone access to powerful tools that they can study and share. Find out how Emmanuel Semutenga is helping young people in Uganda to learn key skills:

This month, LibreOffice 6.3 was released – but we also attended events, talked to community members, posted updates from the Document Liberation Project, and much more! Join us as we bring software freedom to the world:

Don’t get trapped by your office suite! Some software vendors are pushing users towards online subscription models – but LibreOffice is different. It's free, it doesn't require registration or yearly payments, and it gives you control over your documents:

Who makes LibreOffice? A worldwide community of volunteers and certified developers! We work mostly over the internet, but like to meet in person at hackfests to discuss ideas, implement features and have a great time together. Learn more:

Don't get trapped by your software! The Document Liberation Project helps you to access your documents with the software you want, such as LibreOffice – so you're not tied to one provider (vendor lock-in). Learn more about new releases:

LibreOffice's community is made up of 100s of people around the globe! Check out our interactive map to find a community member near you – and then join us and spread the word about the awesomeness of free software and open standards:

Did you know: you can get LibreOffice from the Windows Store and Mac App Store, thanks to our partners! And this helps to fund improvements to the software:

Sanjog Sigdel from our Nepalese community decided to become a Member of The Document Foundation, and help to guide the LibreOffice project. You can become a Member too! Learn more here:

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