posted by lemur2 on Mon 8th Aug 2011 22:12 UTC
IconThe Document Foundation (TDF) has announced the release of version 3.4.2 of the open source LibreOffice office suite. According to TDF Steering Committee member Italo Vignoli, the third release in the 3.4.x branch of LibreOffice is now ready for both individuals and enterprises, and can be used for production.

Vignoli says that 3.4.2 is the result of the "combined activity of 300 contributors having made more than 23,000 commits, with the addition, deletion or modification of around five million lines of code". SUSE and Oracle have each provided approximately 25% of the total commits. New individual volunteers accounted for another 25%, while 20% came from RedHat; the remaining contributions came from Canonical and other companies.

Further information about the release, including a full list of new features, can be found in the release notes and on the 3.4 New Features and Fixes page.

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