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The Document Liberation Project
Created April 2014
Contacts Fridrich Strba, Marketing
Website https://documentliberation.org

The Document Liberation Project is a sister project to LibreOffice, organized under the oversight of The Document Foundation.


There are many ways to support the project in its endeavors. Please see the Contribute page for details.

Badges for linking

For workflow, graphics, etc..., see DLP/Badges.

Libraries and sub-projects

For the list of libraries that make up the project, including a very extensive table of supported/proposed file formats, level of support for each format, etc, please see DLP/Libraries.


LibreOffice has long supported (and had many members interested in) the conversion of many outdated or closed/proprietary file formats to ODF documents. In April of 2014, a group headed by TDF members proposed and created the new project and site.

The project aims to provide a home for the continued development of import file filters for a wide variety of formats, adding existing filters and helping to coordinate the creation of new filters as desired and needed.