Libre Office growth

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  1. linuxforall

    linuxforall Registered Member

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    http://www.iloveubuntu.net/200000-l...00000-libreoffice-downloadsweek-december-2012


    The Document Foundation has published an interesting summary of done-through-2012 LibreOffice actions, actions being measured and displayed in user-readable graphs, approach aimed at publicly exposing relevant LibreOffice achievements.

    Across the 2012 year, LibreOffice has been adopted by various organizations from various countries, like for instance on:

    500,000 desktops (French ministries)
    15,000 desktops (city of Munich, Germany)
    A definitely interesting aspect of the newly published graphs is the number of LibreOffice downloads, number that has grown from 200,000/week (January 2012) to 600,000/week (December 2012), amount of downloads that clearly proves the fast and massive adoption of the open-source office
     
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    nice stats thanks for sharing linuxforall now even on windows i use libre office its pretty simple and best part is pretty close to good old windows office 2003 or office xp :)
     
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    My organization deploys it on various small offices and trains them as well. LO 4 has some radical new features that I am itching to try out.
     
  4. mack_guy911

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    yes indeed every time LO get better and better and best part they dont go dramatic changes ;)

    also wating for stable LO 4 release
     
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