LibreOffice is a successor of OpenOffice.org and full-featured open-source office software. It is a large application written in 9 million lines of C ++, with an estimated 200 million users worldwide. It has been known as a desktop application, but for resenting years the "online" version, which allows edit documents via modern web browsers, has also be developed, and mobile versions will also be available soon.
This talk will introduce the current state of both the LibreOffice product and development, such as compatibility improvement with proprietary application document formats, document confidentiality using OpenGPG, improved spreadsheet performance through multi-threading, LibreOffice Online implementation, etc.
And also, it will introduce activities in Asian regions to improve regional-specific features such as CJK rendering.
Naruhiko Ogasawara is a member of the LibreOffice Japanese Team, a project to support the use of LibreOffice in Japanese, and a member of The Document Foundation, the home of LibreOffice. He is in charge of UI translation lead, communication with foreign countries, event organizer, etc. He loves Ubuntu as his usual desktop.