LibreOffice 6.2.8 is now available – it's the last release of the 6.2 family, and includes various bugfixes and compatibility improvements. Learn more and download it:

Learn more about the technology in LibreOffice! We've uploaded eight more video presentations from our recent conference in Almeria, Spain:

We hope you're enjoying all the new features in LibreOffice 6.3 – but we're already working on LibreOffice 6.4! Join us on Monday October 21 for a Bug Hunting Session, to iron out any wrinkles before the final release in February next year:

Want to know who makes the big technical decisions in the LibreOffice project? Meet the Engineering Steering Committee, a group of developers who got together at our recent LibreOffice Conference to discuss all things "under the hood" of the software:

We've uploaded six more videos from the LibreOffice Conference 2019, covering neural machine translation, LibreOffice Online, and the upcoming 10th anniversary of the project:

Community and interoperability – these topics are covered in the latest batch of video presentations from the LibreOffice Conference 2019:

LibreOffice has extensive documentation, thanks to our worldwide community – and it's translated into many languages as well. For instance, the Russian LibreOffice community translated the "Getting started" guide:

At the recent LibreOffice Conference 2019 in Almeria, Spain, community members gave presentations on many topics: migrations to LibreOffice, building a community, and regional events. We've uploaded 10 more videos:

In September, we had the LibreOffice Conference, along with new developer groups focusing on compatibility and macros. Plus updates from around the world, a logo competition – and our ninth birthday! It's all here:

Check this out: the LibreOffice and openSUSE communities will have a joint conference next year in Nuremberg, Germany. And you can design the logo for it! Full details here:

Update time! Today we're releasing LibreOffice 6.3.2, with 49 bugfixes and compatibility improvements. Learn more and download it:

We're worldwide! LibreOffice is available in over 100 languages, thanks to our community of translators and localisers. At the weekend, our Nepalese community celebrated Software Freedom Day with a localisation event:

LibreOffice can open documents in many formats, but its native one is ODF (OpenDocument Format). At the recent LibreOffice Conference in Almeria, community members provided updates about ODF – and we've put videos of the presentations online:

Last week, we had the LibreOffice Conference 2019 in Almeria, Spain – and it was fantastic! Here's a quick video recap:

Love LibreOffice? Give the community behind it a hand! You don't need to be a software developer – you can help by assisting other users, translating the interface, promoting the software and more. Start here:

Check out the photos from days 2 and 3 of the LibreOffice Conference 2019 in Almeria, Spain – including a great guided tour at the end:

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:

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