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Mirosław Zalewski wrote
No, it should not. To get to this page you must go through
which clearly states that 4.0.0 is not finished yet. 

There is no need to say it again right on next page. We can assume that
are intelligent enough to remember and does not suffer from problems with 
short-term memory.

That page only mentions 

" Pre-releases

Below, you can download a pre-release of the next version of LibreOffice for
evaluation, QA testing, etc. These versions are not meant for general use."

It does not say that the currently available build is a BETA

A BETA Release is NOT in the same league as a Release Candidate

But if you think that is irrelevant, suit yourself...

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