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Hundreds of people around the world contribute to each new version of LibreOffice, and we’ve interviewed many of them on this blog. Now we’ve collected them together on a map (thanks to OpenStreetMap), so you can see who’s near you, and find out more! Click the image to see the live map: Don’t see anyone […]

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Let’s celebrate “I love Free Software Day”!

One of our goals in the LibreOffice community is to make powerful productivity tools available to everyone. Releasing the software for free is an important part of that, but “free software” is about more than just the price. It’s about giving users fundamental freedoms in how they use their software and computers – giving control […]

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Performance benchmark on mdds R-tree

I’d like to share the results of the quick benchmark tests I’ve done to measure the performance of the R-tree implementation included in the mdds library since 1.4.0. Brief overview on R-tree R-tree is a data structure designed for optimal query performance on spatial data. It is especially well suited when you need to store… Continue reading Performance benchmark on mdds R-tree →

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Migration Of Plone Site Content

If you want to migrate content from or to a Plone site it is always the best use of ressources, if you ask volunteers to copy and paste the content items from one environment to another ;-( But seriously: The Plone community created a tool for such tasks with a funny name: ‘Transmogrifier’. You could … „Migration Of Plone Site Content“ weiterlesen

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