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Installing LibreOffice on Windows

What has been done since last year, what are the problems, outlook to the future.

Andras Timar
18.Oct.2012 from 15:30 to 16:30
30 minutes
Konferenzraum 2

Details of the Talk

Windows installer of LibreOffice has changed a lot since the first release. For 3.5 we managed to pack the multi-language installer into a single MSI file. For 3.6 many bugs have been fixed, most of those have been backported to 3.5.x. Code cleanup is ongoing. SUSE releases MSP files (binary installer patches) to customers on a monthly basis. Intel AppUp® is offering LibreOffice – they needed a special installer for their infrastructure. Tasks for the future include fixing remaining bugs, push LibreOffice to other application stores, and make the installer UI more beautyful.

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