The LibreOffice Quality Assurance ( QA ) Team is happy to announce the creation of this blog in order to give more visibility to what the team is doing.
In this first post we will talk about LibreOffice 6.1 Release Candidate 2 ( RC2 ), which was released just a few days ago.
As you might know, LibreOffice 6.1 will be released as final in mid August, 2018, and the Release Candidate 2 is just one release away from the final release, being the Release Candidate 3 ( RC3 ) the last one.
LibreOffice 6.1 RC2 has been released just 2 weeks after the first release candidate ( RC1 ), and 84 bugs have been fixed in this version compared to the previous one.
It can be downloaded from this page, and it’s available for Linux, MacOS and Windows. NOTE: it will replace your actual installation.
In case you find any problem with this release, please report it to Bugzilla ( You just need a legit email account in order to create a new Bugzilla account in case you haven’t done it yet. ).
For help, you can contact us directly in our IRC channel.
Thank you all for making Libreoffice rock!