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Meteoric Growth of LibreOffice on Display

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The LibreOffice Conference is in full swing in Berlin and announcements are coming out already. All of the early announcements have one main theme in common: LibreOffice is experiencing amazing growth, both in development and adoption. One particular new adoption has the project breaking out the champagne and confetti.

Sometimes you can almost hear the excitement emanating from these announcements. The whole project appears to the outside world to be a well oiled machine run by a bunch of happy warriors. Perhaps this is why the growth of LibreOffice since its fork has surpassed just about everyone's expectations.

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