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Berlin, June 17, 2014 - The Document Foundation (TDF) announces the
second LibreOffice 4.3 bug hunting session, from June 20 to June 22. The
community has already made a large collective effort to make LibreOffice
4.3 the best ever, based on automated stress tests and structured tests
by Quality Assurance volunteers.

Enterprise and individual LibreOffice users can now contribute to the
quality of the best free office suite ever by testing the release
candidate to identify issues in their preferred user scenario.

Participating is easy. Details of the bug hunting session are on TDF
wiki (
The list of LibreOffice 4.3 new features, which have to be tested for
bugs and regressions, is also on the wiki:

To participate, it will be necessary to have a PC with Windows, MacOS or
Linux, and LibreOffice 4.3 RC1 (available at A previous Quality Assurance
experience is not mandatory.

Filing bugs is also easy, thanks to the help of the experienced
volunteers who will be around on the QA mailing list
( and IRC channel

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