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Joining a large free and open source software project like LibreOffice might seem daunting – but we try to make it as easy as possible! Learn how Shivam Kumar joined our community and added new features to the software:

Announcing the winners in the Month of LibreOffice, November 2020! If you contributed to our projects last month, you can claim a cool sticker pack, with the new LibreOffice 7 branding. Find out more here:

Level up from being a LibreOffice user to a LibreOffice community member! Build your skills, meet new people and have fun. There's always a lot going on – here's a recap of what happened in November 2020:

328 sticker packs have already been awarded in the Month of LibreOffice, November 2020! But there's still a week to go – so join in. You can be a Docs Doctor, for instance, helping out with LibreOffice's documentation:

LibreOffice 7.1 is currently being developed by our worldwide community and ecosystem partners – it's due to be released in early February 2021. And Beta 1 is now available! Learn more and help us to test it:

Helping someone to learn LibreOffice? Show them these shortcuts, and help them to work faster! Thanks to Ade Malsasa Akbar for making the graphic, and sharing with the community:

Don't just be a LibreOffice user – be part of the community that makes it rock! Yusuf Keten is a developer who's added new features, but you can also help out with design, marketing, documentation and more:

Using OpenOffice? Getting messages like "This document was created by a newer version of OpenOffice"? If so, the document was probably created in LibreOffice, a successor project with many extra features and updates. LibreOffice 7.0 introduced ODF 1.3, an updated document format:

Who makes LibreOffice awesome? People like you! And you don't need to be a developer – there are many ways to help the community. Join them this month, and get cool merchandise – 262 people have already won sticker packs for their contributions:

Working to bring to the brand new #Apple Silicon M1!

Large chunks of the work is done👌but... still more to do.
This work is possible thanks to the support from app store users 🌞

Read the details and have it tested 👉

#opensource #apple #m1

The LibreOffice 7.0 Calc Guide is here! Over 500 pages, packed with information on doing more with your spreadsheets. A huge thanks to our documentation community for their work on it:

Want cool LibreOffice stickers? Be a Handy Helper – assist other users on Ask LibreOffice, and we'll send you a sticker pack! It's part of the Month of LibreOffice:

Learn about LibreOffice's history, technology, community marketing work and much more – check out the next batch of videos from our recent online conference:

Interested in design and marketing? LibreOffice 7.0's branding was made by Bayu Rizaldhan Rayes from our awesome community – and now we have a 3D Blender model as well thanks to Barbara Tostes. Join us and contribute your ideas and feedback:

How well-known are LibreOffice, free software and open standards in your region? Want to help spread the word? Join our community, like Arnaud Mez did – he's helping to raise awareness in the Republic of Congo:

Got some spare time this weekend? Take part in the Month of LibreOffice and win cool merchandise! There are many ways to help out in the project – see here:

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