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Dear Libreoffice Team,

I just tried to run Libreoffice OS X on an OS X Mountaion Lion Installation. Sadly the binary seems 
not to be signed by an official OS X developer certificate generating an warning message to the 
user. Inside the Announce for Libre Office 4.0.3 their was a note "OS X Intel packages are now 
signed by The Document Foundation, to pass OS X Gatekeeper security without user intervention" 
saying the software should be signed already. The actual version 4.0.4 seems not to be signed 

Could you please inform me, if the missing Developer signature on LIbreOffice 4.0.4 for OS X is a 
mistake or if there is a good reason for this?

I've downloaded my Version of Libreoffice from

Regards from Hannover, Germany
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