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Dear all,

Sounds like MS Windows version of LibreOffice Portable is not maintained
(or very slowly...)? Currently seems to be 6.1.4 but 6.1.5 is almost 2
months out from 6.1 series and from 6.2 series already second 6.2.2 is
out. In case of Linux AppImage at least during couple of days after
original release comes out next version but not for MS Windows. It's sad
as many of users do not have installation permission under MS Windows
(e.g. computers in companies, lecturers in visiting organizations) and
would like to use the portable version. As we know - the MS Windows is
widely used - so spreading LibreOffice would mean especially spreading
it under MS Windows and especially in the situation where there is no
administrative rights to install software.
What can we do to improve this situation?
Kind Regards,

15.11.18 22:28 Edmund Laugasson:
Great, what about 6.1.3? Linux version of portable (AppImage) is
already out.

18.10.18 16:32 Christian Lohmaier:
Hi *,
On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 10:02 AM Florian Effenberger
<> wrote:
Edmund Laugasson <> wrote on Wed, 17 Oct 2018
18:12:02 +0300:
thanks for pointing out! John from PortableApps has created 6.1.2 and it
will be available on our mirrors soon. :-)
And now is :-)
Skipping 6.1.1 should have been a one-time thing, I think you can
assume to have portable versions for all versions - not having one is


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