Do more - Easier, Quicker

LibreOffice is a powerful office suite; Its clean interface and its powerful tools let you unleash your creativity and grow your productivity.
LibreOffice embeds several applications that make it the 
most powerful Free & Open Source Office suite on the market

Free Office Suite

LibreOffice 4: the free office suite the community has been dreaming of for twelve years.

Discover it!

Fun Project

LibreOffice is one of the friendliest and fastest growing projects in the free and open source software world.

More about us and our values

Fantastic People

LibreOffice is about more than software. It’s about people, culture, creation, sharing and collaboration

Join us today!

LibreOffice is Free and Open Source Software. Development is open to new talent and new ideas, and our software is tested and used daily by a large and devoted user community

Get Involved
TDF announces the second and final LibreOffice 4.4 bug hunting session from December 19 to December 21

The Document Foundation (TDF) announces the second LibreOffice 4.4 bug hunting session, which will happen from December 19 to December 21, 2014, immediately after the availability of the first release candidate of the new major release (with the final release planned for the end of January 2015). Details of the second LibreOffice 4.4 bug hunting […]

read more »

The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 4.2.8

Berlin, December 12, 2014 – The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 4.2.8 “Still”, the eight – and definitely the last – minor release of the most solid version of the software, ready for enterprise deployments and conservative users. LibreOffice 4.2.8 solves a Calc sort problem and includes several fixes for the RTF import filter. Change logs […]

read more »

Fuzz about Google supporting odf

Since Google announced their new so called support for the open standard for documents; odf, there has been a lot of fuzz. And yesterday when the new version of Google Docs and Drive, there has been even more fuzz. I'm happy that Google is finally implementing support for odf BUT... and there is a but: Honestly I'm not impressed. I'm very disappointed. First of all because the support comes

さらに読む »

Evil Casts

Spot the difference in #include <iostream> struct S1 { int s1 = 2; }; struct S2; S2 * f(S1 * s) { return (S2 *) s; } struct T { int t = 1; }; struct S2: T, S1 {}; int main() { S2 s2; std::cout << f(s2)->t << '\n'; } vs. #include <iostream> struct […]

さらに読む »

Latest Tweets