The Document Foundation (TDF) launches LIbreOffice 7.2 Community, a volunteer-supported free office suite for desktop and productivity.
A major new release of LibreOffice spinoff Collabora Office promises productivity improvements.
German open source vendor SUSE has become the most prominent FOSS organisation to add its voice to the push for Free Software Foundation founder Richard Stallman and the entire FSF board to resign.
The Document Foundation, the organisation that provides an umbrella for the development of the free office-suite LibreOffice, has announced the availability of version 7.0 for all operating systems and platforms.
Veteran free software and open source developer Michael Meeks has expanded on the issues faced by the LibreOffice project which were briefly touched on by iTWire recently, drawing from a post on the popular Linux Weekly News website.
The foundation that looks after LibreOffice, a free open-source software suite that is based on the code from the former Star Office, is being forced to look at a commercial edition because developers from companies who are working on it are not being paid by those companies, a senior developer says.
A point release of the free office suite, LibreOffice, is aimed at power users and early adopters, the Document Foundation, the organisation under whose auspices development takes place, says.
The Document Foundation, the body that governs the open-source office suite LibreOffice, has announced the second major release of LibreOffice 6.
The open-source office suite LibreOffice has added experimental support for OpenPGP-based encryption in version 6.0, a release meant to mark the seventh anniversary of availability of the suite.
The city of Barcelona plans to move its workers to open source software, with proprietary applications being the first to be replaced.
The end of Solaris, the UNIX-like operating system developed by Sun Microsystems, is nigh, with the core talent associated with the OS and its SPARC hardware being laid off by Oracle on Friday.
The open-source office suite LibreOffice has released version 5.4, the last major release in its 5.x family, for Windows, macOS and Linux.
As the seventh anniversary of its forking from OpenOffice.org looms, the free office suite LibreOffice has established itself as the most widely used free office suite, winning a race that began in early 2011.
A new version of LibreOffice, 5.3, released on Wednesday, includes collaborative editing and a new user interface, according to information from The Document Foundation.
Oracle appears to have abandoned plans for Solaris 12, with no indication in its January roadmap of when this version will emerge.
The OpenOffice project has raised the possibility that it could shutter its doors, with Dennis Hamilton, the vice-president of the group that runs it now, having opened a discussion recently on how retirement of the project would look like.
Two versions of the free office suite LibreOffice have been released, one aimed at power users and the other at enterprises and more conservative users.
Open-source file syncing and sharing software company Nextcloud has announced a partnership with Collabora, a company involved in commercialising the LibreOffice suite.
A little more than two years ago, the open source consulting company Collabora took over the job of commercialising LibreOffice, the free office suite that is produced by an army of developers.
The open-source file syncing and sharing software ownCloud will now offer integration of LibreOffice, the free office suite, in the cloud.
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