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New release for Apple's macOS 11 (Big Sur) - Also with fixes for Linux and Windows

Dear Apache OpenOffice® Users,

Thank you for your interest in Apache OpenOffice and your on-going support over the years. You may have heard (e.g., through our support forums) that OpenOffice has problems with Apple's new macOS 11 (Big Sur).

When opening modern Microsoft Office Documents (files that end with .docx, .xlsx, .pptx, for example), OpenOffice crashes. There is no workaround at this point, but we are going to fix the issue soon.

We would be happy to give you more details if you want to help us with testing. Just write a mail to the developers mailing list dev-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org.

The main reason is to fix the bug on Big Sur. We will also include some other minor fixes in the release, so all platforms can benefit from the new release. We know that this is a pressing issue to our Mac users, so you can expect the release soon on our download web page.

In order to identify the issue we took a closer look at our build to exclude any issues with an error in prior releases. Next, we updated the build to a newer SDK issue to exclude any issue in our support structures. We believe that our upcoming version 4.2.0 (which is not yet production-ready) is not affected by this issue. In an effort over Christmas a comparison took place between the 4.2.0 and 4.1.8 versions to locate the issue. We have found the code change that solves the crash on Big Sur.

We are testing the solution at this point. If you want to join the test of the new version of this fix, drop an e-mail in English to the developers mailing list dev-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org. The more environments we test the sooner we can release.

The OpenOffice project thanks Jim Jagielski for his endless effort during Christmas time, and the French forum users who supported the development effort with dedicated testing.

We wish you a good and healthy start into the new year.

All the best and stay tuned.

Posted at 11:22PM Jan 06, 2021 by marcus in General

Announcing Apache OpenOffice 4.1.8

Forest Hill, MD - 10 November 2020 - Apache OpenOffice, a leading Open Source office document productivity suite, announced today Apache OpenOffice 4.1.8, as usual available in 41 languages for Windows, macOS and Linux.

Apache OpenOffice 4.1.8 is a maintenance release incorporating important bug fixes. All users of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7 or earlier are advised to upgrade. You can download Apache OpenOffice 4.1.8 here.

To check that the download file is not broken or changed in any other way, please see our checksums page for instructions on how to verify this.

If you are upgrading from an earlier release you can verify that the release upgrade worked by opening the About box (menu 'Help - About OpenOffice') for the version number.

Please review the Release Notes to learn what is new in this version as well as important remarks concerning known issues and their workarounds.

For a complete overview of all resolved issues please see the list in Bugzilla.

To get a copy of the source code see our source page for our Git repository or download prepared source tarballs from our project download page.

You are encouraged to subscribe to the Apache OpenOffice announcement mailing list to receive important notifications such as product updates and security patches. To subscribe you can send an email to: announce-subscribe-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org.

Follow Apache OpenOffice:

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Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ApacheOO
YouTube https://www.youtube.com/openoffice
Mail https://openoffice.apache.org/mailing-lists.html

Posted at 10:30PM Nov 10, 2020 by marcus in General

300 Million Downloads of Apache OpenOffice

With great pleasure we have seen that Apache OpenOffice® was downloaded more than 300 million times from 2011 until now, October 24th. Here included are more than 200 million downloads of all releases in the 4.1.x branch. This was reached with our partner SourceForge.net.
Of course there are some other ways like alternative servers hosted by Apache itself. So, actually we don't know these numbers but it is for sure that we are already a lot above the 300 million downloads line. And when we include also the copies on CDs and DVDs then we can add another big number on top.
Currently we are very busy with baking our next release: Apache OpenOffice 4.1.8. Nevertheless, it is worth taking a few minutes to celebrate this milestone.
The following are a few statistics to show some aspects of the numbers.
Downloads from 2011 until today




Downloads by country
Rank Country/Territory Downloads
1 United States 51,473,201
2 France 39,933,538
3 Germany 31,890,935
4 Italy 25,012,883
5 Spain 15,558,033
6 Russia 13,540,861
7 United Kingdom 13,468,497
8 Japan 12,944,497
9 Poland 12,796,756
10 Canada 7,749,657
Downloads by operating system
OS Downloads
Windows 271,292,988
Macintosh 28,722,672
Linux 4,256,681
Sources
https://www.openoffice.org/stats/downloads.html
https://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/stats/timeline

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Posted at 11:43PM Oct 29, 2020 by marcus in General

The Apache Software Foundation Celebrates 20 Years of OpenOffice®

Leading Open Source office application and personal productivity suite under development as a community-led Apache® Project for the past 8 years

Wakefield, MA —14 October 2020— The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), the all-volunteer developers, stewards, and incubators of more than 350 Open Source projects and initiatives, announced today the twenty-year anniversary of OpenOffice®, the last eight of which as an Apache® Top-Level Project.

'It’s inspiring to see so many dedicated people from around the world volunteer their time to mentor, contribute code, test issues, moderate mailing lists, help on forums, translations, marketing and more to keep making this great product better and available for millions of users,' said Carl Marcum, Vice President of Apache OpenOffice. 'OpenOffice is more than just software. It’s a great community that I’m glad to be a part of.'

With more than 300 million downloads, Apache OpenOffice is used by countless individuals, organizations, and institutions around the world who are seeking a reliable, robust, and freely-available Open Source office document productivity suite. Apache OpenOffice features the following applications for Windows, macOS and Linux:

  • 'Writer' word processor;
  • 'Calc' spreadsheet tool;
  • 'Impress' presentation editor;
  • 'Draw' vector graphics editor;
  • 'Math' mathematical formula editor; and
  • 'Base' database management program.

Apache OpenOffice supports more than 120 languages, 41 of which are officially maintained and released by the Project. Apache OpenOffice is the productivity suite of choice for governments seeking to meet mandates for using ISO/IEC standard Open Document Format (ODF) files.

Originally created as 'StarOffice' in 1985 by StarDivision, who was acquired by Sun Microsystems in 1999. The project was open-sourced under the name 'OpenOffice.org', and continued development after Oracle Corporation acquired Sun Microsystems in 2010. OpenOffice entered the Apache Incubator in 2011 and graduated as an Apache Top-level Project in October 2012.

'At Apache OpenOffice we are very excited about 20 years of OpenOffice,' said Marcus Lange, ASF Member and Apache OpenOffice Committer since the project first arrived at the ASF. 'Countless users, developers and friends have made it possible that we can today celebrate this incredible anniversary. Their commitment makes me believe that we will see many more years of this great Open Source productivity suite.'

'The need and, in fact, the demand, for a permissively licensed Open Source office suite, available to the masses and not just the privileged few fortunate enough to have the latest hardware and software, has never been greater within the last two decades,' said Jim Jagielski, ASF co-Founder and Apache OpenOffice incubating mentor. 'Apache OpenOffice exists to provide essential functionality, with as few licensing restrictions as possible, to the world at large. It is truly a noble mission, and I am honored to be a small part of it.'

'As a long-term user, I joined the project in 2016 to give something back,' said Matthias Seidel, Committer and member of the Apache OpenOffice Project Management Committee. 'After a steep learning curve, I am proud to be part of the community that provides this great software for the public good and benefits millions worldwide.'

Apache OpenOffice is available as a free download to all users at 100% no cost, charge, or fees of any kind. OpenOffice source code is readily available for anyone who wishes to enhance the applications. The Project welcomes contributions back to the project, its code, and its community. Those interested in participating with Apache OpenOffice can find out more at https://openoffice.apache.org/get-involved.html .

Availability and Oversight
As with all Apache projects, OpenOffice software is released under the Apache License v2.0 and is overseen by a self-selected team of active contributors to the project. A Project Management Committee (PMC) guides the Project's day-to-day operations, including community development and product releases. For project data, documentation, and more information on Apache OpenOffice, visit https://openoffice.apache.org/ and https://twitter.com/ApacheOO .

12 releases have been made under the auspices of the ASF. The project strongly recommends that users download OpenOffice only from the official site https://www.openoffice.org/download/ to ensure that they receive the original software in the correct and most recent version.

About The Apache Software Foundation (ASF)
Established in 1999, The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is the world’s largest Open Source foundation, stewarding 227M+ lines of code and providing more than $20B+ worth of software to the public at 100% no cost. The ASF’s all-volunteer community grew from 21 original founders overseeing the Apache HTTP Server to 813 individual Members and 206 Project Management Committees who successfully lead 350+ Apache projects and initiatives in collaboration with 7,900+ Committers through the ASF’s meritocratic process known as 'The Apache Way'. Apache software is integral to nearly every end user computing device, from laptops to tablets to mobile devices across enterprises and mission-critical applications. Apache projects power most of the Internet, manage exabytes of data, execute teraflops of operations, and store billions of objects in virtually every industry. The commercially-friendly and permissive Apache License v2 is an Open Source industry standard, helping launch billion dollar corporations and benefiting countless users worldwide. The ASF is a US 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization funded by individual donations and corporate sponsors including Aetna, Alibaba Cloud Computing, Amazon Web Services, Anonymous, Baidu, Bloomberg, Budget Direct, Capital One, Cerner, Cloudera, Comcast, Facebook, Google, Handshake, Huawei, IBM, Inspur, Pineapple Fund, Red Hat, Target, Tencent, Union Investment, Verizon Media, and Workday. For more information, visit http://apache.org/ and https://twitter.com/TheASF

© The Apache Software Foundation. 'Apache', 'OpenOffice', 'OpenOffice.org', 'Apache OpenOffice', and 'ApacheCon' are registered trademarks or trademarks of the Apache Software Foundation in the United States and/or other countries. All other brands and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Posted at 10:15PM Oct 15, 2020 by marcus in General

1.6 million downloads of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7

On Sep, 21st we have released Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7. Since then we had 1.6 million download requests. And this is only for the newest release. There are more for other versions that the users download due to their special needs. And not included are the many others from news magazins - online or on CD/DVD.

Another impressive number is: 294 million. These are the downloads over all versions since 01st January, 2012.

Also with this post we want to call your attention again to 2 important things:

  1. We strongly advise to download software only from its original source. Then you are on the safe side to avoid any viruses or malware. For Apache OpenOffice it is 'https://www.openoffice.org/download/'.
  2. You don't need a permission or even registration to use or copy Apache OpenOffice as it is free and open source software. So, no problem with license keys and fees and other restricting stuff that is wasting your lifetime.

Posted at 06:44PM Oct 22, 2019 by marcus in General

Announcing Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7

21 September 2019 - Apache OpenOffice, the leading Open Source office document productivity suite, announced today Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7, as usual available in 41 languages for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Apache OpenOffice 4.1.7 is a maintenance release aimed at correcting some regressions and delivering the latest English dictionary. All users of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.6 or earlier are advised to upgrade.
Main improvements include:

* Adds support for AdoptOpenJDK as well as Oracle Java
* Possible crash in Freetype code
* Crash in Writer when linking frames on OS/2
* Apache OpenOffice TM in Splash screen has different background

The complete overview is available as list in Bugzilla.

Details of this release are described in the Release Notes.

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For a complete list of available languages and language packs see the download webpage.

Those interested can also download the source code.

You are encouraged to subscribe to the Apache OpenOffice announcement mailing list to receive important notifications such as product updates and security patches. To subscribe you can send an email to: announce-subscribe-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org.

Follow Apache OpenOffice:
Twitter https://twitter.com/apacheoo
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ApacheOO
YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/openoffice
Mail https://openoffice.apache.org/mailing-lists.html

Posted at 07:40PM Sep 21, 2019 by marcus in General

Announcing Apache OpenOffice 4.1.6

18 November 2018 - Apache OpenOffice, the leading Open Source office document productivity suite, announced today Apache OpenOffice 4.1.6, as usual available in 41 languages for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Apache OpenOffice 4.1.6 is a maintenance release aimed at correcting some regressions and delivering the latest English dictionary. All users of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.5 or earlier are advised to upgrade.
Main improvements include:

* Fixed bugs which caused improper handling (crashes) when using Microsoft Drawing Binary File format
* Updated OpenSSL to version 0.9.8zh
* Updated curl library used from version 7.19.7 to 7.61.1
* Save As .. Docbook now works correctly for Windows 7 and Windows 10
* Updated logos

The complete overview is available as list in Bugzilla.

Details of this release are described in the Release Notes.

For a complete list of available languages and language packs see the download webpage.

Those interested can also download the source code.

You are encouraged to subscribe to the Apache OpenOffice announcement mailing list to receive important notifications such as product updates and security patches. To subscribe you can send an email to: announce-subscribe-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org.

Follow Apache OpenOffice:
Twitter https://twitter.com/apacheoo
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ApacheOO
Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+openoffice
YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/openoffice
Mail https://openoffice.apache.org/mailing-lists.html

Posted at 08:29PM Nov 18, 2018 by marcus in General

Announcing Apache OpenOffice 4.1.5

30 December 2017 - Apache OpenOffice, the leading Open Source office document productivity suite, announced today Apache OpenOffice 4.1.5, as usual available in 41 languages for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Apache OpenOffice 4.1.5 is a maintenance release aimed at correcting some regressions and delivering the latest English dictionary. All users of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.4 or earlier are advised to upgrade.
Main improvements include:

* BZ 127568 Diagrams become corrupt (not retrievable) when Calc document is saved
* BZ 127580 Fix for Issue 127568 created a new bug in Base
* BZ 127581 Writer crashes after copying all content
* BZ 127621 Update English dictionary to version 2017.11.01

The complete overview is available as list in Bugzilla.

Details of this release are described in the Release Notes.

For a complete list of available languages and language packs see the download webpage.

Those interested can also download the source code.

You are encouraged to subscribe to the Apache OpenOffice announcement mailing list to receive important notifications such as product updates and security patches. To subscribe you can send an email to: announce-subscribe-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org.

Follow Apache OpenOffice:
Twitter https://twitter.com/apacheoo
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ApacheOO
Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+openoffice
YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/openoffice/
Mail https://openoffice.apache.org/mailing-lists.html

Posted at 04:16PM Dec 30, 2017 by marcus in General

Announcing Apache OpenOffice 4.1.4

19 October 2017 - Apache OpenOffice, the leading Open Source office document productivity suite, announced today Apache OpenOffice 4.1.4, as usual available in 41 languages for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Apache OpenOffice 4.1.4 is a maintenance release incorporating important bug fixes, security fixes, updated dictionaries, and build fixes. All users of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.3 or earlier are advised to upgrade.
Main improvements include:

* BZ 119208 Cannot select a different icon set (menu 'Tools - Options - View').
* BZ 125147 Crash when applying a style to a new text document.
* BZ 127176 Different installed Java Runtime Environment cannot be selected (menu 'Tools - Options - Java').
* BZ 127553 Update links doesn't work for sections in 4.1.4-RC4

The complete overview is available as list in Bugzilla.

For a complete list of available languages and language packs see the download webpage.

Details of new features and enhancements in this release are described in the Release Notes.

Those interested can also download the source code.

You are encouraged to subscribe to the Apache OpenOffice announcement mailing list to receive important notifications such as product updates and security patches. To subscribe you can send an email to: announce-subscribe-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org.

Follow Apache OpenOffice:
Twitter https://twitter.com/apacheoo
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ApacheOO
Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/114598373874764163668/posts
E-mail https://openoffice.apache.org/mailing-lists.html

Posted at 07:44PM Oct 19, 2017 by marcus in General

Over 200 million downloads of Apache OpenOffice

Apache OpenOffice continues to enjoy the user's valuation.

Recently the new record mark of 200 million downloads was reached. The downloads are managed by our partner SourceForge .

The high demand of the most current release 4.1.3 - that was released in October - is an acknowledgment of the previous work and a great motivation for the future.

The ongoing trust of our users is also a thankful expression to all people who put their personal spare time and effort into the project and software.

But of course there are more ways to distribute Apache OpenOffice. The most common one is to download the binary packages from one of the many mirror servers. But also printed magazines with an included DVD are possible, you can get it from your neighbors, friends, coworkers, it's part of free software collections, and many more ways we can think of.

You don't need a permission or even registration to use or copy Apache OpenOffice as it is free and open source software. However, this makes it also difficult to get meaningful numbers of actual users. It's not measurable if a download stands for a single user or an installation in a larger network.

Furthermore it's not known if Apache OpenOffice was downloaded the first time or it's an update for a previous installed version. Much more interesting to know is that the statistics show a steady download of 100,000 every day.

It's safe to say that Apache OpenOffice has one of the highest user base in the world of free software projects. And for this we want to say Thank You!

Posted at 08:04PM Nov 28, 2016 by marcus in General

Note from a satisfied user: Congratulations for all efforts of the past!

We received the following mail from Mr. Ziegler on the developer mailing list [1] and we want to share it with all of you:

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I was encouraged to leave my aoo forum post directly in the dev mailing list so that you all can read what I wanted to express. I am not a software developper in any sense--only a user.
Dear developers,

there may be little positive feedback for your work, I guess. So I created an account for the forum (and now subscribed temporarily to [email protected]) to leave a big THANK YOU!
The first version I used must have been something like StarOffice 4.3, the first I owned was SO 5.2, and then I shifted to OpenOffice(.org) when it introduced the XML file formats. So I am a convinced and longterm user since then and hardly ever regretted my decision.

OpenOffice gave me the possibility to mostly do what I wanted to (with writer, base, calc, impress and draw - in that historic order) in an efficient way, and the only thing I don't like is, that it always tends towards following MS Office although it already was better in many ways. I understand that it is crucial to get as many users as possible, so I acknowledge the decisions towards MS Office.

What I like most is the long term usability and stability, and I do not only keep my office files from more than 10 years ago, I also use and re-use them. And if one crashed in the past, I nearly always could recover them by opening the zip bundle with an (hex) editor.

By that, I enjoyed the progress in LibreOffice, but didn't really need it. Although I switched to LibreOffice on some machines, I am always glad that there is OpenOffice, too. In my eyes, it is the more stable and efficient branch of the project. This year it was my fallback tool and salvation in a book project that I started with LO Writer; I first invested hours to get my pictures back to the place they belonged to when they got more and more (as others did decades before with MS Word) and then had to give up as it didn't open the file anymore without crashing. Apache OpenOffice (standard and portable) solved the problem. It got a nice book, by the way, for our church jubilee.

So if you get the software maintained, I will probably continue to use OpenOffice for another 20 years. And I won't switch to DTP software (Scribus) for the next book project neither like I regularly do for magazines, brochures etc.

OpenOffice is a great, great software, even if it didn't evolve much in the last years! (maybe even: because.) Powerful enough for both private and standard business use.

Keep patience and persistance!

A very satisfied and content user

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[1] Archived message in the developer mailing list

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Posted at 09:42PM Oct 16, 2016 by marcus in General

Announcing Apache OpenOffice 4.1.3

12 October 2016 - Apache OpenOffice, the leading Open Source office document productivity suite, announced today Apache OpenOffice 4.1.3, now available in 41 languages on Windows, OS X and Linux.
Apache OpenOffice 4.1.3 is a maintenance release incorporating important bug fixes, security fixes, updated dictionaries, and build fixes. All users of Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2 or earlier are advised to upgrade.

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Main improvements include:

  • Key security vulnerability fixes
  • Support for new language dictionaries
  • Numerous bug fixes, including installer and database support on OS X
  • Enhancements to the build tools (for developers)

A complete list of the issues fixed in this release can be found at https://s.apache.org/t0wh

For a complete list of available languages and language packs see: http://www.openoffice.org/download/

Details of new features and enhancements in this release are described in th Release Notes.

Those interested in the source code can download it at http://s.apache.org/Bsr.

You are encouraged to subscribe to the Apache OpenOffice announcement mailing list to receive important notifications such as product updates and security patches. To subscribe you can send an email to: announce-subscribe-AT-openoffice.apache-DOT-org.

You can also follow the project on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

Posted at 09:46PM Oct 12, 2016 by marcus in General

Apache OpenOffice in 2013: a year in review

2013 has been an exciting year for the OpenOffice project and community.

Click on the picture below to start a slideshow with highlights from 2013. A text-only version is under the picture.

  • January: Apache OpenOffice 3.4.1 is released in 8 additional languages (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Korean, Polish, Basque, Asturian and Scottish Gaelic) thanks to the work of new translation volunteers.
    OpenOffice supports 120+ languages, but only those that are 100% translated and maintained are officially released.
  • February: OpenOffice comes back to FOSDEM, one of the most popular Free and Open Source Conferences in Europe, with a dedicated devroom and a stand.
  • March: Apache OpenOffice starts integrating improvements from IBM Lotus Symphony, a previous fork that is now closed and donated to the Apache Software Foundation.
    The integrated improvements bring better compatibility with Microsoft Office documents.
  • April: It's time for a radical improvement of the OpenOffice user interface.
    The first major change in years, the Sidebar, is done by the Apache OpenOffice 'dream team' in Hamburg in close cooperation with hundreds of other community members.
    The code, distributed under the Apache License 2.0, is promptly reused by other projects.
  • May: After a long selection process that saw over 5000 votes cast, a new logo is selected for OpenOffice 4. The winning proposal is submitted by community member Chris Rottensteiner, from South Tyrol.
  • June: The social media presence of Apache OpenOffice grows.
    The Facebook fan page at https://facebook.com/ApacheOO has about 40 new fans per day and reached the 10,000 fans milestone in 2013.
    The official Twitter account at https://twitter.com/apacheoo has more than 2,000 followers.
  • July: Apache OpenOffice 4.0 is released.
    OpenOffice 4.0 features an innovative new Sidebar user interface, additional language support for 22 languages (including 3 new languages), 500 bug fixes, improvements in Microsoft Office interoperability, enhancements to drawing/graphics, performance improvements, etc.
    The full list of improvements is available on the project's community wiki.
    Apache OpenOffice 4.0 is downloaded at an impressive rate, about 1 million downloads per week.
  • August: The official repositories for Apache OpenOffice Extensions and Templates are refreshed.
    The updates bring to the two community sites get a nicer search functionality, social media sharing features, better spam control and many other improvements.
    The sites offer more than 750 extensions at http://extensions.openoffice.org and more than 2,800 templates at http://templates.openoffice.org
  • September: The Apache OpenOffice Forum reaches 60,000 registered users.
    The official forum at https://forum.openoffice.org is the most used channel for user support, averaging over 100 posts per day and accumulating over 270,000 posts about Apache OpenOffice and all derivatives.
    The Forum and Wiki benefited from a number of infrastructure improvements in 2013, thanks to the Apache Infra team.
  • October: Apache OpenOffice 4.0.1 is released. It is a maintenance release which fixes critical issues and improves the overall quality of the application.
    General areas of improvement include: additional native language translations, bug fixes, performance improvements and Windows 8 compatibility enhancements.
    The full release notes are available on the project's community wiki.
  • November: Apache OpenOffice successfully integrates support for the Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) and IAccessible2 interfaces.
    Support for these interfaces enables screen readers and other assistive technologies to work with Apache OpenOffice, which in turn enables greater productivity by OpenOffice users who are blind or who have low-vision.
    With the new accessibility support OpenOffice becomes even more attractive for use by governments and public institutions, like the administrative region of Emilia-Romagna, in Italy, that recently announced a migration to OpenOffice.
  • December: Apache OpenOffice reaches 85,000,000 downloads.
    According to the statistics provided by SourceForge, that hosts the official downloads, the English version is the most downloaded one, followed by French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Russian.
    The Apache OpenOffice porting page at http://openoffice.org/porting lists other versions, such as a portable version for Windows, the PrOOo-box software collection in German, and AndrOpen Office, an Android port of Apache OpenOffice available since June 2013.

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Have a nice 2014!

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Posted at 01:48PM Dec 31, 2013 by pescetti in General Comments [2]

Call For Designers: Apache OpenOffice 4.0 Brand Refresh Project

Apache OpenOffice is looking for a refreshed logo and branding for its upcoming 4.0 release.


This is a tremendous opportunity for designers to get involved in one of the most popular free and open source projects, and to get their work displayed to dozens of million of users: Apache OpenOffice just celebrated 40 million downloads in less than ten months.

Brand Refresh Project Scope

Required:

  • An AOO Logo

Considerations:

  • Can be altered for use in splash screens, about screens, publications, website, elements in application icons, etc.
  • Brand proposals that show more than just a logo, considering placement in the areas of focus such as splash screen and websites.

Primary Requirements

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  • Logo submissions must include the source.
  • Logos can be as large as the designer wishes, but must be able to scale down and not loose detail. eg. for website, splash screen, etc.
  • Although text in the logo is optional, any font used must be a free and open font. eg. SIL Open Source Fonts. Any font used in the logo must be disclosed upon submission.
  • Incorporation of gulls literally or symbolically, but not necessarily the existing shape used in current branding.

If you are interested, please read the full Brand Refresh Project page (including the 'child pages' at the bottom) to get more background, see what other volunteers are proposing and learn how you can contribute!


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Posted at 05:12PM Mar 06, 2013 by pescetti in General Comments [5]

OpenOffice downloaded once - used and installed as often you want

One major advantage of OpenOffice is that it is open source and that the license allows you to use and install it as often you want. The sims 4 mac download demo. Once you have downloaded OpenOffice you can share it with as many other people as you like or install it on as many computers as you need. No limits!



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The project likes to count downloads because high download numbers are our motivation and if you want they are the indirect payment for all the volunteers. But we are also happy if you share your download with many other people or inside your company. If you do so please share your success stories of bigger deployments with us and we are happy to share your experience via our blog here. Keep in mind that sharing your experience, your success with other users in the community is also one kind of contribution to help the eco-system around OpenOffice growing.

Posted at 04:45PM Feb 19, 2013 by jsc in General