We've come a long, long way over the years... Check out the history of LibreOffice, OpenOffice(.org) and StarOffice on our timeline: (Screenshot: Masterhit, CC-BY-SA,

@libreoffice J'ai eu StarOffice.. pas cette version là, quand même, mais j'ai eu :)

@libreoffice ahhhh, 1993. If someone offered me a time machine in return for all my worldly goods, I think I'd take it. No cellphones, no worries about how to get more than 9,999 music tracks to be played on Sync 3, no home Wi-Fi problems, no cameras everywhere, no license plate recognition systems... ahhhhh, I can almost smell it! 😊🙏

@libreoffice I think my fist contact with StarOffice was StarOffice 4.

Fun fact: in "The Tale of the Body Thief", the vampire Lestat de Lioncourt (the same from "Interview with the Vampire") used StarOffice (at least in the french translation).

@libreoffice Thank you for the continuous work on this awesome project!

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