In the Linux world, today is a day that is marked on the calendar. Throughout today, Canonical is releasing Ubuntu 21.10 Impish Indri, but just because a major release is in the works doesn't mean that less important software is no longer being worked on. One of them is the most popular free office suite, and a few moments ago has been launched LibreOffice 7.2.2. Incidentally, the 7.2 series is the one that Impish Indri will use.
As the v7.2.1 Released in mid-September, LibreOffice 7.2.2 has also come with fixes and improvements, but the number of changes introduced this time has been 68. The Document Foundation reminds again that this is the version of its suite with the latest news, but it is still not recommended for production teams. In work environments, TDF recommends using LibreOffice 7.1.6.
LibreOffice 7.2.2 still not recommended for production teams
The LibreOffice Community and LibreOffice Enterprise family of products are based on the LibreOffice technology platform, the result of years of development efforts with the goal of providing a next-generation office suite not only for the desktop but also for the mobile and cloud.
The changes introduced in LibreOffice 7.2.2 are included in the project Wiki, in this link changes in the first Release Candidate and in this other those of the second.
Once again, The Document Foundation reminds us that we are facing a new Community version and that an Enterprise is available with enhanced support and on-demand features. In addition, this time we have also been reminded that we can use LibreOffice technology for Android and iOS (here) or Chrome (here).
La next version will be out in about 4 weeks, it will be LibreOffice 7.2.3 and will still not be recommended for production teams. TDF usually waits for the fifth point update to advise us to make the leap, unless we want all the news first, in which case we can install LibreOffice 7.2.2.
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