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How donations helped LibreOffice and TDF in 2018

Donations to The Document Foundation, the non-profity entity behind LibreOffice, help us to grow our community, share knowledge about the software (and its development), maintain our infrastructure, organise events and much more. The image below shows what was made possible in 2018, thanks to your generous donations – click for a larger version!

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FOSDEM 2019 video presentations are online

LibreOffice developers and other community members were present at FOSDEM 2019, the biggest European meetup of free and open source software developers. Check out the talks that they gave! Click a link to find out more and watch the videos… Relaunching the ODF Adoption TC at OASIS (Italo Vignoli) Server side solution for generating ODF […]

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How donations helped LibreOffice and TDF in 2018

Donations to The Document Foundation, the non-profity entity behind LibreOffice, help us to grow our community, share knowledge about the software (and its development), maintain our infrastructure, organise events and much more. The image below shows what was made possible in 2018, thanks to your generous donations – click for a larger version!

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GSlice considerations and possible improvements

The paper Mesh: Compacting Memory Management for C/C Applications is about moving memory allocations for compaction, even though the memory pointers are exposed. The idea is to merge allocation blocks from different pages that are not overlapping at page offsets, and then letting multiple virtual…

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