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LibreOffice getting ready for the next 1,000 hackers

Berlin, November 23, 2015 – The Document Foundation announces a renewed effort to grow the developers community beyond the threshold of 1,000 hackers reached in October 2015 (source: OpenHub), with the addition of Jan Iversen – a senior developer with a passion for mentoring, and a long experience at Apache Software Foundation – to the team.

The extraordinary growth of Libr[…]

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LibreOffice wins two open source awards at PortalProgramas

LibreOffice has won two different awards at PortalProgramas.Com, for the following categories:

Mayor potencial de crecimiento (best growth potential), because it is regularly updated and is open to new features and applications; Esencial para empresas (essential for enterprises), because it covers all enterprise office automation needs without adding license costs.

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Sanitizing member variable names in LibreOffice Writer

Robinson just branched off libreoffice-5-1 from master in LibreOffice’s core.git repository, so time to talk about what happened behind the scenes in the 5.0 → 5.1 development cycle from my side.

One stylistic detail that annoyed me f[…]

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2015-11-24 Tuesday

More struggling with main-loops; product team call. Discovered that the new scheduler has the (non-optimal) idea of setting a MAX_UINT64 timeout in milliseconds to the glib main-loop timeout; and this is really a non-clever idea. Also (thanks Dimstar) managed to find the SRPMs for openSUSE 13.2 which was surprisingly hard (though finding the source in the build-service is easy). Plugged away; tested on windows; Norbe[…]

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