LibreOffice Archive

16 Mar 2012

Presentations

Today I have uploaded on SlideShare my last three presentations: – LibreOffice Conference (together with Florian Effenberger and Michael Meeks) Achievements View more presentations from Italo Vignoli – Linux Conference Europe 2011 in Prague LibreOffice at Linux
15 Mar 2012

Donut Charts

I have just discovered Donut Charts, a visual feature which has been there for quite a long time, but I have never been able to master. It is a nice feature which comes handy to compare developer’s affiliation
7 Feb 2012

No Comments, Visual

The visual representation gives a better flavour of the difference in activity and involvement between LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffice.
7 Feb 2012

No Comments, Reloaded

@ TDF, we are proud of our OOo heritage, as most of us have been active in the project for several years, and have spent there many hours. It looks like the same does not apply to
4 Feb 2012

No Comment

The infographic tells it all. Data have been extracted from Ohloh, using the same metric for both projects.
19 Jan 2012

Counting LibreOffice Hackers

TDF has been announced on September 28, 2010. At the time, developers focusing on the LibreOffice source code were a rather small number. According to Ohloh, in August 2010 hackers committing code were 41 for OOo and
31 Dec 2011

Happy New Year

17 Sep 2011

InfoWorld awards Best of Open Source to LibreOffice

LibreOffice is one of the winners of InfoWorld BOSSIE – Best of Open Source – Awards 2011. LibreOffice OpenOffice.org desperately needed a rejuvenating shot in the arm, and it’s come in the form of the LibreOffice project,
12 Sep 2011

LibreOffice User Research

The guys at OpenSource Usability Labs have carried out an extensive survey of LibreOffice users, with over 5.400 answers (over 75% completed). Results have been summarized in three different posts. LibreOffice User Research – Results # 1
5 Sep 2011

Digressions on AOOo

I have one quarter of Roman blood, and I have spent my youth in Rome where I have attended the primary school. I can still speak with a decent Roman accent, so AOOo – the short name