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What is LibreOffice Magazine?

LibreOffice Magazine is a publication by the Brazilian Libreoffice Community. The magazine is entirely made using LibreOffice tools, right from authoring texts to the final diagramming and PDF format generation. All themes, and all published articles are made by community volunteers and invited people. Articles from foreign sources are translated by the translation team, which is also responsible for translating texts for a future English version.

Targetted Reader Profile

Office suite users who use a text editor, spreadsheets, presentations editor, design editor, database, and who develop programs for automated editing tasks.

This user profile is quite broad, including business world, technicians, IT analysts, advanced users; all levels of education from primary levels to university, students and teachers, public administration and domestic users; in other words, general users. So, our magazines need to use a broader language and allow many kinds of sections with different kinds of content.

What are the Magazine's Goals?

  • Expose the LibreOffice product
  • Produce documentation on LibreOffice
  • Help expose the international project
  • Integrate users, developers and supporters communities
  • Support open standards technologies, especially the Open Document Format (ODF)
  • Support FLOSS

How to Participate?

Our magazine is published by the collaboration of many people who come from different parts of Brazil as well as outside of Brazil. If you wish to contribute, here are the steps that must be followed:

  1. Join the magazine mailing list. In that list you can contribute by writing texts, reviewing or diagramming.
  2. Send an e-mail to the magazine mailing list introducing yourself! We want to know you and to help you helping us.
  3. Join the wiki, click in "Login / Create Account", in the upper right corner of the page. Doing so, you will be able to change the contents of the wiki pages.
  4. Read the magazine production guide (in Portuguese)(still under construction).
  5. If you want to contribute in tranlations, join the documentation mailing list also by sending an e-mail to

For further informations, mail us: Luiz Oliveira


Visit the following link for more information of the collaborators.

Place Your Add in the Magazine

E-mail to: Luiz Oliveira

Download the Magazine (in Portuguese)

Useful Links on the Wiki