Berlin, April 1st, 2016 – The Document Foundation unveils breakthrough DUPE technology, to rescue legacy overhead projectors – still available in thousands of conference rooms worldwide – from eternal oblivion. DUPE technology, based on a patented DUal
In order to achieve document freedom, we must learn to produce interoperable documents. Unfortunately, this means that we have to review most of our editing habits, and start thinking about several details which make a difference: the
Impress Remote for Android is one of the coolest features introduced by LibreOffice 4.0. With version 4.0.1, it is available on every platform – Linux, MacOS and Windows – and works like a charm. In order to
This is an official call for sessions for a “Community Development and Marketing” devroom, hosted at FOSDEM 2013 on Saturday, February 2nd, 2013. In this devroom, developers with different profiles and backgrounds are invited to brainstorm about
LibreOffice 3.5 and LibreOffice 3.6 – still to be released – work like a charm with Mountain Lion, although you need to tweak your security settings in order to get along with GateKeeper. The Document Foundation will
Horacio Fernandez is the 500th hacker committing code to LibreOffice, since September 28, 2010 (source: Ohloh). The growth has been impressive: 500 developers in 660 day, or 3 hackers every 4 days (including week ends, and festivities).
Appuntamento ad Ancona – alla Facoltà di Ingegneria dell’Università Politecnica delle Marche – il 22 e il 23 giugno per la 6a Conferenza Italiana sul Software Libero (ConfSL), per partecipare a un programma ricco di spunti (http://www.confsl.org/confsl12/):
Digging into my feeds, I have found an interesting article about Oracle, which is definitely worth reading. Following the links inside the article, you can discover additional readings, which do open interesting perspectives on the company.
OpenOffice.org 3.0 has been a huge success, and this has raised the awareness of the open source office suite to an unprecedented level. In Europe, where OOo was already quite popular, especially in France, Germany and Italy,