2022-09-29, 14:30–15:00, Ricci
LibreOffice releases new versions in short cycles.
Therefore, it is sometimes difficult to find out which features were added and when they were changed.
Therefore, I have converted the release information into graph theory nodes and relationships in order to intuitively identify changes in features.
Convert all features into nodes and relationships.
Using graph theory, you can see when a huge number of features have been added, changed, or removed.
You can see that LibreOffice does a great job.
First, convert the release notes to nodes and relationships in graph theory.
Then, convert for all versions.
All version of LibreOffice be a node.
Versions are connected in release order.
Connects all versions with a feature.
What has changed between LibreOffice 7.2.7 and 7.3.5?
From which version is the ability to filter cells by background color or text color in the auto-filter?
Which versions have been deprecated in favor of macOS 10.10 and 10.11?
OpenOffice can be converted as well and compared to LibreOffice.
Koji Annoura has over 40 years of experience as a full-stack developer.
He has been working with agile since 2009 and is one of the founders of the Neo4j Users Group Tokyo/Japan.
And He also founder of the Apache Hop User Group Japan since 2021.
He has been involved in the agile transformation of many companies and teams, and has been involved in the implementation of agile and scrum.
He is one of the authors of "The Practical Guide to MacOS X Server".