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100 Paper Cuts as a new student mentoring activity

Just before the pandemic, the Board of Directors of The Document Foundation approved a budget to launch an educational program targeted to universities, where students at selected tech schools would receive an economic incentive to promote LibreOffice amongst their peers, with the objective of increasing the number of young contributors both in source code development […]

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Extended: Tender to implement Curl based HTTP/WebDAV UCP (#202104-01)

We originally posted this tender in April, but we are now extending the application deadline. The deadline for questions stays as in the original tender: June 15, 2021 The deadline for applications has been extended to: June 24, 2021 For all details on the tender, please refer to the original blogpost.

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100 Paper Cuts as a new student mentoring activity

Just before the pandemic, the Board of Directors of The Document Foundation approved a budget to launch an educational program targeted to universities, where students at selected tech schools would receive an economic incentive to promote LibreOffice amongst their peers, with the objective of increasing the number of young contributors both in source code development […]

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Multiple columns in LibreOffice text boxes

Thanks to SUSE, our valued partner who supported this development, we at Collabora Productivity have implemented support for multi-column layout in LibreOffice’s text boxes. Up to now, it was only possible to use columns in Writer’s page styles, sections and frames. One could not make text boxes, including those used in Impress, with text distributed… Continue reading Multiple c[…]

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