The foundation that looks after LibreOffice, a free open-source software suite that is based on the code from the former Star Office, is being forced to look at a commercial edition because developers from companies who are working on it are not being paid by those companies, a senior developer says.
A point release of the free office suite, LibreOffice, is aimed at power users and early adopters, the Document Foundation, the organisation under whose auspices development takes place, says.
Two versions of the free office suite LibreOffice have been released, one aimed at power users and the other at enterprises and more conservative users.
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