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Collabora Begins Supporting LibreOffice

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Published on 03 September 2013 01:41 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software
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SUSE's LibreOffice team is joining Collabora and forming the Collabora Productivity group where they will be offering commercial support for the open-source office suite and expanding their focus.

"Collabora announces Collabora Productivity, a new division focused on developing and selling value added solutions and services on top of LibreOffice. To support the new venture, Collabora is joined by an experienced team of LibreOffice developers from SUSE who have been driving the project since its launch in 2001."

Read more in the Collabora press release.

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