The Document Foundation's 2015 Annual Report
Written by Michael Larabel in LibreOffice on 13 August 2016 at 09:00 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Besides the Free Software Foundation issuing their first-ever annual report this week, The Document Foundation has come out this week as well with their 2015 annual report.

Their annual report covers new advisory board members, the releases made by LibreOffice over the course of the year, financials, conferences / events, and more.

The Document Foundation's financials put their Berlin bank account with a balance of 1.1M EUR, 378k in recurring costs, and spending of 518k EUR. The recurring costs are made up of 282k in employees/freelancers and 96k in other expenses.

Those wanting to learn more about TDF in 2015 can read their PDF annual report in full.
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