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    Ask LibreOffice (Ask, AskLibO) is our Q&A site built on top of Discourse.


    The Ask site provides crowdsourced answers to questions about LibreOffice software and the LibreOffice project.

    How to use the Ask site

    The easiest way to contribute to the Ask site is to hop in and ask or answer questions.

    If you're new to the Ask site, or looking for some guidance on how to get the most out of the site, please see:

    Rules, Guidelines, and Discussions

    We don't really have a lot of rules or guidelines regarding the Ask site yet. We have had a few discussions and have come to consensus on a few topics. For more information on past discussions and future discussion topics, see:

    Communication Channels

    Mailing List


    We don't have an official IRC channel, but feel free to drop by #libreoffice IRC://.

    Licenses & Using Content

    Content on the Ask site is licensed under the CC-BY-SA 3.0, the same as The Document Foundation Wiki (and several other TDF websites). If you wish to share content between sites, please provide attribution and follow the rules of the license.

    Please note that some TDF/LibreOffice content is available under the LGPL, GPL, or other licenses. For example, the Online LibreOffice Help is available under the LGPLv3. Please be clear about the license for your source material before copying information onto the Ask site.


    Our Administrators are Sophie Gautier (@sophie), Christian Lohmaier (@cloph), Florian Effenberger (@floeff), Miloš Šrámek and Stanislav Horáček (@strepon).

    Our Moderators are Olivier Hallot (@ohallot), Marina Latini (@Marina -deneb- Latini), Jihui Choi, and Gökhan Gurbetoğlu.