The Document Foundation announced that LibreOffice 4.4.4 is now available for download and packs over 70 bugfixes.
It's not the last one in the series, so expect to see more of these in the coming months.
The 4.x branch of LibreOffice is still the most advanced version that you can use right now, at least until the launch of the 5.x version.
It's also quite stable, and after four updates you know you're getting something good.
It's an office suite that's integrated by default in most Linux operating systems, so this update will probably hit a lot of users very soon.
Before you get too excited with a new LibreOffice release, you need to keep in mind that this is only for maintenance purposes,
and it's all about bug fixing. You won't find any new features in 4.4.4, but as usual we recommend that you update
the office suite as soon as it becomes available in the official repositories.
What's new in LibreOffice 4.4.4
"The Document Foundation (TDF) announces LibreOffice 4.4.4, the fourth minor release of the LibreOffice 4.4 family,
with over 70 fixes over LibreOffice 4.4.3. The Document Foundation suggests deploying LibreOffice in enterprises and large organizations
with the backing of professional support by certified people. Also, the LibreOffice community is actively working at next major release,
LibreOffice 5.0, expected in early August 2015. After two successful bug hunting sessions,
developers are putting the finishing touches to the software," is noted in the announcement.
As usual, the new LibreOffice will land in repositories across the world, but not at the same time.
"So after a *very* quiet week after the 4.1-rc8 release, the final 4.1
release is now out.
I'm not sure if it was quiet because there really were no problems
(knock wood), or if people decided to be considerate of my vacation,
but whatever the reason, I appreciate it.
It's not like the 4.1
release cycle was particularly painful, and let's hope that the extra
week of letting it sit makes for a great release. Which wouldn't be a
bad thing, considering that 4.1 will also be a LTS release.
Anyway, since rc8 we've had truly small changes, mainly some final
driver fixups (HDA sound, drm, scsi target, crypto) and a couple of
small misc fixes. The appended shortlog is probably one of the
shortest ones ever. I'm not complaining.
And this obviously means that the merge window for 4.2 is open.
OpenSSL maintainers have patched seven vulnerabilities including the LogJam vulnerability (CVE-2015-4000) which allows attackers to trick browsers into considering an insecure encrypted connection as secure.
I skrivande stund är senaste version för Slackware 14.1 1.0.1o
Men senaste version enligt openssl.org är 1.0.2c
OpenSSL Security Advisory [11 Jun 2015]
Enligt Linux Foundation, ser det ut som att nästa LTS version
av Linux kerneln blir 4.1
Tidigare i veckan släpptes 4.1-rc6Läs mer...
Nyheter i 4.1:
HW Support: Intel XenGT vGPU
Bättre prestanda för Cherry Trail / Bay Trail Intel Hårdvara.
Filsystem: Btrfs förbättringar för stora filsystem, och TraceFS
kommer att läggas till i kärnan.
Optimeringar: X86 / ASM kod "städning" och eBPF förbättringar.
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