Get your geek on! Last year, developers around the world made many changes to the LibreOffice codebase, to add new features and improve stability. Dive in to the technical details from our Annual Report:

Open Document Format (ODF) is LibreOffice's native file format for storing documents. But how is it developed – and how can we all help to improve it? Regina Henschel explains all:

Explore the technology behind LibreOffice! Download the source code, make changes, and build it on Windows: (see the link inside for a GNU/Linux version)

"My templates were included in LibreOffice 4.4 – it was a big surprise, and a pleasure for me that I could contribute to LibreOffice without changing the source code!" – Find out how Jun Nogata joined our community, and how you can too!

Give us a hand to make our upcoming LibreOffice 6.3 release the best yet! Developers are adding new features, and we have a Bug Hunting Session on Monday July 08:

LibreOffice 6.2.5 is now available! It includes almost 120 bugfixes, thanks to our worldwide community and certified developers. Learn more and download it:

LibreOffice Calc tip: want to know if a cell is referred to in formulas in other cells? Go to Tools > Detective > Trace Dependents [Shift+F5]

Communities around the world help to improve LibreOffice, share knowledge, and have fun! In 2018 there were many great meetups and events – find out more in our Annual Report, and join us this year:

Catch up on what's happening in the world of LibreOffice – events, workshops, guides and more – in our monthly recap:

Got a spare half hour this Sunday? There are many ways you can give the LibreOffice community a hand, meet new people, and improve the software for everyone! Check it out:

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@libreoffice has a great community behind and as we gathered to celebrate achievements and work done so far, we felt proud to be committed to help this project grow even more.

We're gearing up for the LibreOffice Conference in September, in Spain – but here's a quick look back at last year's event in Tirana, from our Annual Report 2018:

Quick reminder: the LibreOffice Latin America Conference 2019 will take place in Asunción, Paraguay on July 19th (Friday) and 20th (Sat). Come and join us! More here:

Got some C++ knowledge? Get some valuable experience helping out with a well-known free software project – LibreOffice! Here's what you need to build the source code and test your changes:

Today we're announcing a new website: What can I do for LibreOffice! This helps newcomers to our project and community get involved – learn more about how and why we made it here:

Want to boost your C++ skills? Join us this today at 18:00 UTC for a workshop covering MSTs and graph implementations, with the help of experienced LibreOffice developers:

We just had our most successful Month of LibreOffice ever – giving away 355 sticker packs! If you contributed to the project in May, see here to claim your stickers:

Our community and certified developers are busy crafting LibreOffice 6.3, which is due to be released in early August! The first beta snapshot is now available, so if you want to help us test it and report any bugs before the final release, see here:

Got some C++ knowledge? Contribute to a well-known and widely used open source project – it looks great on your CV! Here's how to quickly set up your development environment, so that you can modify the source code:

So much is happening in the LibreOffice project right now! We have new releases, upcoming events, community interviews, workshops, the Google Season of Docs, a hackfest, a new Advisory Board member and more. Check out our recap for May 2019:

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