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Happy Birthday The Document Foundation! Thanks For Starting The Amazing Project 4 Years Ago

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The foundation that really turned the way that we used to create and edit documents, presentations and all other office works in Linux. Today that foundation, The Document Foundation has turned 4. I congratulate the one team that started creating an amazing office suit, LibreOffice 4 years ago.

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