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The Document Foundation today announced new advisory board members saying it's a demonstration of wide corporate support. Florian Effenberger said, "its composition shows that LibreOffice is a vendor-neutral, truly-free office suite, and confirms that The Document Foundation has created a solid base to build upon, for the community, for corporations and enterprises, and for adopters and end-users."
Members include " Google, SUSE, Red Hat, Freies Office Deutschland e.V., Software in the Public Interest, and the Free Software Foundation." Representatives from each will serve for one year providing advice and guidance on future development of LibreOffice.