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LibreOffice community at Czech free software events

Stanislav Horáček writes: Like every year, we would like to say few words about our impressions and experiences from our Czech free and open source software (FOSS) conferences in autumn. As in the last year, we participate with our LibreOffice booth at LinuxDays in Prague (me and Zdeněk Crhonek), and at OpenAlt in Brno (Petr […]

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Refreshing LibreOffice’s “Frequently Asked Questions” pages

Ilmari Lauhakangas (aka Buovjaga) writes: A year ago we started migrating our wiki translations to the standard translation management system used across the known wikiverse. The system allows for proper tracking of translation status, and offers a user experience familiar to LibreOffice translators. By the end of summer 2019, we had enough experience with the […]

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Sourcetrail is now free and open-source

Sourcetrail is very useful when you try to study/navigate large C++ codebases like @firebirdsql / @LibreOffice Sourcetrail is now free and open-source! 🥳The source code is available on GitHub: this catches you by surprise, read our blog post on why we made this change and how we will continue:— Sourcetrail (@

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Better math import from PPTX into Impress

Impress now has a much improved math handling in its importer from PPTX, eliminating annoying duplicated objects you had to delete after import, manually.

First, thanks TU Dresden who made this work by Collabora possible.

Here is how it looks:

Figure 1. Impress, new math im[…]

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