The Document Foundation has just published some details about the upcoming LibreOffice 4.2 release, detailing a lot of the features and changes. This new branch of LibreOffice is still in the development stages, and it will take some time for the developers to release a stable version. This doesn't mean that we can't already see some of the features proposed.
The LibreOffice Project has announced Release Candidate 1 of the upcoming Libreoffice 3.4 release. The project is also announcing a change in its announcement strategy — the announce list will only be used for final and stable releases.
The latest development version of the LibreOffice suite has landed in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with the help of a third-party PPA. The LibreOffice development is going strong and The Document Foundation has been pushing one version after another, sometimes faster than the users can actually upgrade.
The third release of the new LibreOffice 3.4 code line has been released.
LibreOffice 3.4.2 fixes the majority of the most-important bugs identified by users in the previous version, and can be deployed for production needs by most enterprises.
3.4 New Features and Fixes:http://www.libreoffice.org/download/3-4-new-features-and-fixes/
There are a few issues still contained in this release, which wi
Phoronix: LibreOffice Plans For C++11 / C++14 Development
LibreOffice has been pushing forward in its development recently with supporting OpenCL in its spreadsheet, gaining an OpenGL rendering back-end, and supporting other modern features and system capabilities for the open-source office suite.
Tech Republic: There is no set release date at this point. Until the developers get the file size below the Google limit, they are unable to predict a release. Until then, however, we'll just have to sit back and wait -- and hope this happens across the Google landscape.
I've been hoping to see this headline for some time now.