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Brand New LibreOffice Extensions & Templates Website Surfaces After Six Years

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Softpedia was informed by The Document Foundation non-profit organization about the general availability of the new LibreOffice Extensions & Templates website.

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LibreOffice 5.3 to Launch with MUFFIN, a User-Friendly and Flexible UI Concept

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Immediately after informing Softpedia today, December 21, 2016, about the launch of a new LibreOffice Extension & Templates website, The Document Foundation company announced MUFFIN, a new tasty user interface concept for LibreOffice 5.3 onwards.

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LibreOffice News

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  • Microsoft Office Ribbon UI Is Coming to LibreOffice

    Been hoping for LibreOffice Ribbon style interface? Well, it's getting one. The latest dev builds have a hidden 'notebookbar' interface, and here's how to enable it.

  • LibreOffice has a new Extensions & Templates website

    Berlin, December 14, 2016 – The Document Foundation announces the new Extensions & Templates website, which offers an improved user experience to both developers and end users: https://extensions.libreoffice.org. The resource is now based on the latest version of the Plone open source Content Management System, and has been both coordinated and developed by Andreas Mantke, deputy member of the board at The Document Foundation.

Some GTK3/Wayland/OpenGL Improvements For LibreOffice

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Some LibreOffice commits today caught our attention as exciting for those using Wayland and also interested in GTK3/OpenGL.

First up, LibreOffice has switched from using GLEW to Epoxy. GLEW, of course being the OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library. Epoxy, meanwhile, being the newer library for handling OpenGL function pointer management with GLX/WGL/EGL support, OpenGL ES 1/2/3, and OpenGL 4.4 core/compatibility support.

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Office Suites

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  • Microsoft Office, Google Docs beware: This open-source startup is after your users

    "That was one of the reasons why we chose an open-source model. We want be open, want people to trust us, want to overcome that barrier they have in mind, those strong beliefs that there's nothing but Microsoft Office, that nothing better could be created. We won't change our mind about open source."

    Bannov says he ultimately sees OnlyOffice becoming a firm that provides consulting, technical support and remote managed services to companies using its open-source products.

  • Collabora Online 2.0 Puts LibreOffice In the Cloud, Adds Collaborative Editing

    Today, December 7, 2016, Collabora Productivity, through Michael Meeks, is proud to inform Softpedia about the general availability of the long anticipated Collabora Online 2.0 office suite based on the LibreOffice, Nextcloud, and ownCloud technologies.

    After being in development for the past six months, Collabora Online 2.0 is finally here as the powerful cloud-based office suite that promises to protect users' privacy and freedom of expression while editing various documents formats online. Collabora Online is mainly targeted at the enterprise world, hosting and cloud businesses.

LibreOffice 5.3 Beta 2 to Land Soon as Third Bug Hunting Event Is Held This Week

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Today, December 6, 2016, The Document Foundation, through Italo Vignoli, was proud to announce the upcoming third bug hunting session for the LibreOffice 5.3 open-source office suite.

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New LibreOffice Extensions/Templates Site Coming Soon, LibreOffice 5.3 Hits Beta

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Plone advocate and LibreOffice developer Andreas Mantke reports on the upcoming availability of a brand new LibreOffice extensions and templates website, and the migration of the content from the current website to the new one.

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LibreOffice contributor interview: Leif Lodahl

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Until September 1st I was working as project manager and business developer in the company Magenta. From September 1st I’m working as IT architect at City of Ballerup (Ballerup Municipality). My work for (and with) LibreOffice has, until recently, been both professional and in my spare time.

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LibreOffice 5.2.3 Arrives with over 80 Fixes, LibreOffice 5.3 Lands January 2017

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Today, November 3, 2016, we've been informed by Italo Vignoli from The Document Foundation about the general availability of the third maintenance update to the LibreOffice 5.2 "Fresh" office suite series.

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LibreOffice 5.3 Office Suite Enters Development, Will Arrive in February 2017

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We've been informed by The Document Foundation's Italo Vignoli that the next major release of the popular LibreOffice office suite, version 5.3, will soon enter development and the first bug hunting session takes place in two weeks.

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