SI-GUI statistics

Hi,

I have not talked mich about SI-GUI statistics lately so here some numbers 😉

Since logging every action (this can be turned off)…

  • 6990 parallel installation have been started (and 6022 of them finished successfully)
  • 6327 downloads have been started with 4833 fining their way in the download statistics [if someone has problem downloading LibreOffice, please tell me]
  • Most people use English (4338), French  (1669), Spanish (1251) and German (1327)

There have been SI-GUI version with bugs in reporting, which could hint to the numbers are not 100% accurate (to low and not to high BTW)

I hope it is still useful for the 33 people, which used this tool in the last week. Do you think it will stay relevant when auto updating nightly builds are implemented?

Yours,

Florian

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OOXML – Bug to bug compatibility needed to Word

As you know I often publish things how good Microsoft office adheres to it’s own standard.

It should be known that LibreOffice needs to produce non-conform OOXML (docx,xlsx etc.) files to be able to open files created with Microsoft Word.

This time linking to the commit message of one of our developers as a proof 😉

LibreOffice can open XLSX files Excel cannot

Just a quick heads up. I just created and saved an Excel file using Excel 2016, which cannot be opened again with it. Glad our swiss army knife LibreOffice can 😉

It’s funny to see Excel can open the ODS I created using LibreOffice (as source I used the XLSX file) better than it’s “native” format….

Here is a short “proof” video: https://youtu.be/bM7UOkqQTqw

SI-GUI usage statistc + Github

Just 2 small hints:

A new usage statistic is available here.

And anyone with a GitHub account can change the list, which is used for the “Update list of versions” feature.

Yours,

Florian

OOXML Strict and MS Office 2010

One of the benefits of being a student is getting Office 365. I also have Office 2010 so that leaves me with bot Office 2010 and 2016.

Recently I tried to save a Excel file in OOXML Strict and confront my 2010 edition Excel with it.

Unbenannt
This file has been created with a newer version of MS Excel – For opening this file you need a converter. Would you like to download it from Office.com?

The hilarious thing is the following image:

Unbenannt
Source: https://blogs.office.com/2012/08/13/new-file-format-options-in-the-new-office/

 

 

So my Office 2010 should be able to open the Strict OOXml without problems (with this some month old file it actually does). But why is Microsoft frightening the enduser? The best thing is the linked page (from the dialog in the first picture) “Support for Office 2003 has ended“. If you need the converter, it can be found here. UPDATE:Removed link as it broke my Office 2016!!!!

And finally the sentence you were waiting for: Waaait, Office 2010 can open the OOXML strict standard, but not the file saved with Office 2016 with “OOXML strict”. So the “OOXML strict” is not Standard (or there is a biiig bug in Office 2010, which prevents interoperability)…..

 

 

 

 

2015 im RĂŒckblick

Die WordPress.com-Statistik-Elfen haben einen Jahresbericht 2015 fĂŒr dieses Blog erstellt.

Hier ist ein Auszug:

Ein New York City U-Bahnzug fasst 1.200 Menschen. Dieses Blog wurde in 2015 etwa 5.400 mal besucht. Um die gleiche Anzahl von Personen mit einem New York City U-Bahnzug zu befördern wÀren etwa 5 Fahrten nötig.

Klicke hier um den vollstÀndigen Bericht zu sehen.

Original SI-GUI has new master locations

Hi,

Just updated the master urls. Hit the “Update List of versions” button to get it and start testing

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