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

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


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LibreOffice has long supported (and had many members interested in) the conversion of many outdated or closed/proprietary file formats to ODF documents.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.