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I have seen LibreOffice on sale in a shop or on the internet - is it from you?

asked 2018-03-14 15:00:08 +0200

msaunders gravatar image

(Note: posted by Mike Saunders from The Document Foundation. I'm adding this as a link on so that people can discuss here further, if necessary, like with the other questions on that page. Thanks!)

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Mike, I would add a note on to the effect that TDF does not charge for any available download of LO products.

BigRAl gravatar imageBigRAl ( 2019-02-24 19:31:40 +0200 )edit

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answered 2018-03-14 15:26:04 +0200

See also this blog post from Michael Meeks (Collabora), and this by Jona Azizaj (Collabora)

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answered 2018-03-14 15:00:27 +0200

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Answer from the FAQ at

Likely not. LibreOffice is free and open source software and can be redistributed by other people, subject to the license. But if you want the official version from The Document Foundation, you should always download it from our website. Note that some of our Certified Developers provide their own versions of LibreOffice with long-term support options.

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answered 2019-02-24 17:57:22 +0200

Can I include your office software as an official package of my operating system? Obviously I will give you credits in system development, thanks for responsing

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Please post the question as a question, not as an answer to an unrelated question.

Mike Kaganski gravatar imageMike Kaganski ( 2019-02-24 18:52:53 +0200 )edit
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