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  • 2021: The Year the LibreOffice Documentation Team Shined

    2021 is ending, so let’s recap our achievements and look forward for 2022. It has been a very tough year for all of us in our professional or personal matters, and for sure worsened by the persisting pandemic, even with the release of the COVID vaccines.

    But this year was a great documentation year after all. We closed the gap between the LibreOffice major releases. and the update of the corresponding User Guides. By the year end, we will have all of our version 7 guides updated to the LibreOffice release 7.2, and ready to continue for the forthcoming release – 7.3 – due in early February 2022. The goal of tracking the software release closely was achieved, and now we are in a steady state of small updates between releases.

  • Holidays in the openSUSE Bar!

    First, on behalf of all the openSUSE BAR regulars, we’d like to wish you Happy Holidays ...

Best Wishes from TDF - The Document Foundation

  • Best Wishes from TDF - The Document Foundation Blog

    Dear community members, TDF members, Advisory board members, team members, membership committee and board!

    Another year marked by the global pandemic is coming to an end these days. In addition to all the depressing news and circumstances that affect us all, there are also pleasing and uplifting developments.

    Apart from the painfully missed opportunity to meet in person, be it in the local communities or at our annual conference, we have nevertheless achieved so much together, worked together and brought our foundation forward, so that we can already say that it was one of the most successful years for and with our project.

    I would like to thank all of you on behalf of our project. Everyone has contributed to the success story in different ways. All the contributions intertwine, and without these individual parts the whole thing would not be possible and so successful. Especially in these times. Thank you very much again for this.

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today's howtos

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