LibreOffice-Box

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  the 3 boxes for a 'European' language Box (version 5)

LibreOffice-Box is the synonym for DVDs in different languages containing multiplatform installers and other related materials.

Website: libreofficebox.org

Brasilian Wiki page: LibreOffice-Box/pt-br

Brasilian Website: brasil.libreofficebox.org

German Wiki page: LibreOffice-Box/de

German Website: de.libreofficebox.org

North-American Community DVD Project's Website: libreoffice-na.us

The DVD project's concept is simple - you get a DVD full of the install files for LibreOffice and as much bonus/extra information/documentation, add-ons to LibreOffice, and extra packages, that a new user might want or need for his/hers first time using this office suite.

The online portal is obsolete on the external web page libreofficebox.org. It c ould be mirrored here, if there is consensus on material to share in the DVD. It used to act as an online version of the DVD for "testing". This online version has the same format and files as the physical media and/or the .iso file, except it is updated between the production of the different versions of the .iso file and physical media. The ISO file[s], where not obsoleted or vanished, can be downloaded from LibreOffice's "CD/DVD images with installers for all platforms" link from their web page at http://www.libreoffice.org/download/?type=box

The current DVD .iso files are about 4 GB in size and includes Windows [and portable], Linux [deb and rpm], MacOSX [PPC and Intel/x86] install files, language and/or help files for 8 languages, over 180 .oxt dictionaries to add on, extensions, templates, image/galleries, and other bonus extras that include other open-source and/or free software packages that might be useful to our users. The DVD also includes the latest available documentation for the obsolete LibreOffice.