The Document Foundation has just released LibreOffice 7.3. It comes with a bunch of new features and several improvements to the in-built help tool so that it's more useful to users.
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LibreOffice 7.3, which is due out in February, will come with support for Klingon and Interslavic. The two languages are considered constructed languages and were added by a Red Hat employee.
Schleswig-Holstein, a German state, has announced that it's moving away from Microsoft Office to LibreOffice. This will be followed by a bigger move from Windows to open-source Linux by end of 2026.
The Document Foundation has announced the availability of LibreOffice 7.2. It includes better support for Microsoft Office documents and the initial support of Apple Silicon hardware.
The OpenDocument Format (ODF) 1.3 has become approved as a standard by OASIS Standard. Software that want to support ODF will now have specifications to meet making it easier to add support.
The Document Foundation has revealed that LibreOffice 7.0 has clocked up almost half a million downloads in the first week of its availability. The figure doesn't include downloads from elsewhere.
The Document Foundation has announced the launch of LibreOffice 7.0. The new release improves Microsoft Office compatibility, adds Skia and Vulkan support, and handles ODF 1.3 files.
The Document Foundation has announced the formation of a new team within the community that will dedicate itself to fixing issues with PowerPoint (PPT & PPTX) files in LibreOffice Impress.
The Document Foundation has announced the general availability of LibreOffice 6.3. In this update, the suite has received some UI changes and adds more support for proprietary file formats.
The Mozilla Foundation and the Thunderbird Council have come to a deal where Mozilla will offer a legal, fiscal, and cultural home; but it comes with some conditions for the email client maintainers.