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LibreOffice Conference 2014: the program of a landmark event

Berlin, August 14, 2014 – The program of the LibreOffice Conference 2014, which will be held in Bern, Switzerland, from September 3 to September 5, is now available at conference.libreoffice.org/2014/program. Sessions will focus on development, community, certification, migrations, training, marketing and Open Document Format (ODF). In addition to the sessions in English, there will be […]

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ITOMIG joins The Document Foundation Advisory Board to Complement the Launch of the LibreOffice Division

Berlin, August 6, 2014 – The Document Foundation (TDF) announces that ITOMIG is now a member of its Advisory Board. ITOMIG, based in Böblingen, Germany, is a spin off of the University of Tübingen focusing on open source solutions for the enterprise. “Since 2004, ITOMIG is at the crossroad of German and French cultures, offering […]

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2014-08-20: Wednesday

Train into Cambridge, mail chew, partner call. Great to see Collabora / Smoose LibreOffice on Android Update. Sync. with Markus, lunch.

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3D models in Impress (LibreOffice 4.3)

The last LibreOffice release came with 3D model support in Impress. Now you can insert 3D models onto your slides in the open formats of glTF, COLLADA and KMZ. To do that go to Insert->Object->3D Model... in the menu hierarchy and after you selected a file you can see the model on your slide:

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