Updated LibreOffice growth infographic (2016)

We have updated our LibreOffice growth infographic (previous versions: 2014 & 2015), recollecting the most interesting LibreOffice figures and visualizing them in an easy to read and share infographic.

The number of LibreOffice users has grown significantly last year, to 120 million active users (20 million new users in one year), and we’ve doubled the number of countries with commercial support (from 21 to 42).

In total there were 21941 commits (based on commits in the last year: between 5.0 and 5.2), against 20026 commits last year. And we added to the infographic: the Coverity Scan Score. At the time of making of this infographic, LibreOffice had the perfect 0.00 score!

Check out the infographic:


New translations of ODF toolkit infographic

For Document Freedom Day on March 25th we worked with Open Forum Europe and Open Source Consortium to produce a new toolkit for Government technology leaders. Now the first translations are in: German and Danish editions of the toolkit’s infographic are available, thanks to Svitlana Pavelko and Leif Lodahl.

ODF Toolkit infographic in English
ODF infographic in English
ODF Toolkit infographic in German
…in German
ODF Toolkit infographic in Danish
…and in Danish

The toolkit aims to help Government technology leaders speed adoption of Open Document Format (ODF), the required standard for sharing Government documents since last July. It includes the newly translated infographic, as well a folder with principles and benefits of ODF, and a comparison of supporting office suites and document file extensions.

We’re delighted to have been given the opportunity to contribute to the project, and the Plugfest which inspired it, and look forward to more resources being added in future.

Comparison table of ODF 1.2 support in applications
Comparison of ODF 1.2 support in applications

As work on LibreOffice for Android and LibreOffice Online progresses, we can expect two more ODF editors to add to the list of options.