One of the promises of the open source LibreOffice office suite was that it would fix more bugs, faster than the OpenOffice.org project it was forked from.
It looks like that was a promise that LibreOffice intends to keep.
LibreOffice 3.3.1 is out this week, barely a month after 3.3 was released. I don’t recall OpenOffice incremental releases ever being quite this fast.
The 3.3.1 update is mostly a bugfix update though users will also notice some new colorful icons that come from The Document Foundation’s new branding guidelines. The icons are part of the path away from the project’s Sun/Oracle past towards it’s own distinct LibreOffice future.