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Berlin, October 4, 2012 - The Document Foundation (TDF) announces
LibreOffice 3.6.2, for Windows, MacOS and Linux, solving bugs and
regressions and further improving the stability of the program for
corporate deployments. The best free office suite ever is quickly
becoming the de facto standard for migrations to free office suites,
thanks to the quickly growing feature set and the improved
interoperability with proprietary software.

The growing number of LibreOffice adoptions by private and public
enterprises is a demonstration of the improvements brought to the legacy
code by TDF, thanks to over 500 developers who are focusing on stability
and quality (in addition to new exciting features).

The last public administration to migrate has been the city of Limerick,
Ireland's third largest city, where LibreOffice is now used on all 450
desktops in use at the city's six main locations including the three
public libraries, the fire department, the municipal museum and the City
Gallery of Art.

The community behind LibreOffice will gather in Berlin for the second
LiboCon from October 17 to October 19. During three days, company
representatives and volunteers will discuss their experiences, learning
from each other in the true spirit of the community.

Registration for the conference end on October 8, Registration for the
conference ends on October the 8th. If you want to join in, please
register at this address:

LibreOffice 3.6.2 is available for immediate download from the following
link: Extensions for LibreOffice
are available from the following link:

Change logs are available at
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Short link to The Document Foundation blog:

Italo Vignoli - Director
phone +39.348.5653829 - skype italovignoli
The Document Foundation
Zimmerstraße 69, 10117 Berlin, Germany
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