Sophie wrote (01-10-10 23:11)
Charles Marcus wrote:
One thing I would like to see the Document Foundation undertake is to
(or at least try to) organize the other major efforts, like Go-oo,
OxygenOffice and NeoOffice - and maybe now even IBM/Lotus Symphony - to
eliminate duplication of effort and coordinate patch acceptance, etc.
This is I think what we would like to offer, may be not only one brand
but a home for each flavour. This is why we moved to no CA/JCA/SCA and
stayed with the LGPLv3.
Well said Sophie. It is one of the main goals of the foundation: a place
where the mutual interest of all people and companies around
OpenOffice.org can really come to a impressive multiplier effect.
That is what open source is about (too) and that we like to see happen
more and more.
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