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The Spanish region of Valencia migrates to LibreOffice 120,000 PCs

Berlin, August 29, 2013 - The Document Foundation (TDF) announces
LibreOffice 4.1.1, for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. This is the first
minor release of the LibreOffice 4.1 family, which features a large
number of improved interoperability features with proprietary and legacy
file formats.

The new release is a step forward in the process of improving the
overall quality and stability of LibreOffice 4.1. For enterprise
adoptions, though, The Document Foundation suggests LibreOffice 4.0.5,
backed by certified professionals.

LibreOffice 4.1.1 arrives a few days after the announcement of the
Spanish autonomous region of Valencia's migration to LibreOffice on
120,000 PCs, which will save the government some 1.5 million Euro per
year on proprietary software licenses.

The LibreOffice ecosystem continues to grow at a steady pace, with an
average of over 100 active developers per month since February 2013.
These figures tops the cumulative number of over 700 new developers
attracted by the project since the announcement on September 28, 2010.

LibreOffice 4.1.1 is available for immediate download from the following
link: Change logs are available at
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Short link to The Document Foundation blog:

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