LibreOffice 4.3.6 Released as TDF Celebrates Three Years
The Document Foundation today announced the release of LibreOffice 3.4.6, the latest update for the conservative user and supported deployments. This release brings over 100 bug and security fixes as the foundation celebrates three years. TDF released a video as "a testimonial of the activity of many members of the LibreOffice community."
On Tuesday, February 17, The Document Foundation celebrated their three year anniversary with a video. The video was a montage of photos, many candid and others posed, telling the behind scenes story of the organization as it develops the world's leading Open Source office suite. Congratulations, and thank you, to The Document Foundation and all its members.
TDF did all the work and we get the presents, as usual. This time it's LibreOffice 3.4.6, the recommended version for those who play it safe or hold support contracts. Some of the issues fixed include a resizing regression in Writer, image rendering issue in Writer, formatting and editing issues in Math, and lots of crashes and importing bugs. Downloads are available at libreoffice.org.
The project is actually older than a mere three years, but is today celebrating the time since incorporated in February 2012. The first beta release was offered to the public with their original announcement in October 2010. The first stable release arrived January 2011.