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Talks submitted for the openSUSE + LibreOffice Virtual Conference have been reviewed and accepted by the conference organizers:

LibreOffice 7.0 includes major document compatibility improvements. Here you can see a predefined table style in PowerPoint (left), and the .pptx file opened in LibreOffice 6.4 (middle) and 7.0 (right). Thanks to Gülşah Köse and Collabora for the work!

Did you know? You don't need to be a programmer to join the LibreOffice community, and The Document Foundation @tdforg. Everyone is welcome! Pulkit Krishna is helping out with marketing and documentation, for instance:

LibreOffice 7.0 introduces a fresh new icon theme, Sukapura, thanks to Rizal Muttaqin from our community! Go to Tools > Options > View > Icon Style to try it out. (It's also the default on new LibreOffice installations on macOS.)

We're still on the lookout for a Development Mentor to join our team at The Document Foundation! Help new developers get on board with LibreOffice coding – the deadline for applications is September 15:

We announced LibreOffice 7.0 last week, but we're still maintaining the older 6.4 branch for a bit longer! Today sees the release of LibreOffice 6.4.6, with 70 bugfixes:

In LibreOffice 7.0, released last week, Writer now lets you display bookmarks in-line in the text. Learn more about this new feature, and all the others, in the release notes:

One week ago, we announced LibreOffice 7.0, our brand new major release – and already, it has over 420,000 downloads! Discover more stats here:

Our video showing LibreOffice 7.0's new features has subtitles in 14 languages, thanks to our worldwide community of translators! Catalan, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Kurdish, Lithuanian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Slovenian and Spanish:

The Annual Report of The Document Foundation for the year 2019 is now available. This covers TDF's activities in the @libreoffice and @DocLiberation projects and communities:

Discover some of the great new features in LibreOffice 7.0 – released today – in this quick video! (Or if you'd rather see it on PeerTube, go to

LibreOffice 7.0 is here! And it's packed with new features - along with improvements to performance, compatibility and usability. Learn all about it, and download it:

LibreOffice is available in over 100 languages, thanks to our awesome worldwide community. And today we're saying thanks, by awarding special, custom Open Badges to our top 50 localisers:

Love LibreOffice? It's way more than just an office suite – it's a worldwide community, helping each other with various projects, having fun at events, and spreading the word. Find out how Sandra Louvero is building LibreOffice communities in Africa:

Last year, the TDF team and wider community worked on social media campaigns and our video channel. These help us to spread the word about free software and open standards! Learn more in our Annual Report:

Join our team! TDF, the non-profit entity behind LibreOffice, is looking for a Development Mentor. In this role, you'll help new contributors get up-to-speed, and build relationships with our worldwide community:

Join our online events, learn more about LibreOffice, and meet people in our communities! Recently, the Spanish-speaking LibreOffice community organised a virtual meeting, with talks on several topics:

How time flies... 20 years ago, Sun Microsystems announced that it was opening the source code to StarOffice, in the form of OpenOffice. Today, LibreOffice is the most actively developed successor to OpenOffice:

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