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Old 06-03-2011, 10:01 PM   #1
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LXer: An Invitation to Apache OpenOffice

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As you have probably heard, Oracle has followed through with their earlier promise to “move to a purely community-based open source project.” OpenOffice is moving to Apache. I’d like to offer you my own thoughts on this new opportunity and what it means. I recommend also the insights of my colleagues Ed Brill and Bob Sutor.(Note: Rob Weir works for IBM as an "ODF Architect"; all the action in this post is in the comments)



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