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LibreOffice developer interview: Xisco Fauli

A few weeks ago we talked to Muhammet Kara about his work on LibreOffice, and today we hear from Xisco Faulí, a Spanish developer who started with Easy Hacks to get familiar with the code…

Where are you based, and do you work for a LibreOffice-related company or just code in your spare time?

I live and work in Madrid, Spain, but originally I&rsqu[…]

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LibreOffice 5.1.4 available for download

Berlin, June 23, 2016 – The Document Foundation (TDF) announces LibreOffice 5.1.4, the fourth minor release of the LibreOffice 5.1 family, targeted at individual users and enterprise deployments. Users of previous LibreOffice releases should start planning the update to the new version.

For enterprise deployments, The Document Foundation suggests the backing of professional support by certified developers, migrators and trainers[…]

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Plugin, Flamed

Just how much is our Clang plugin slowing down builds of LibreOffice? We are constantly adding more and more useful functionality to it, and some of it is well known to be written in a way that is likely performing not too well. But I never dared look at the performance implications too closely, for […]

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LibreOffice developer interview: Xisco Fauli

A few weeks ago we talked to Muhammet Kara about his work on LibreOffice, and today we hear from Xisco Faulí, a Spanish developer who started with Easy Hacks to get familiar with the code…

Where are you based, and do you work for a LibreOffice-related company or just code in your spare time?

I live and work in Madrid, Spain, but originally I&rsqu[…]

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