Le 2010-10-01 16:52, Charles Marcus a écrit :
I don't know if I missed this or not, maybe Sophie could answer this,
but, have Go-oo, OxygenOffice, NeoOffice and Symphony express any
interest in joining forces with LibreOffice. I also agree that it would
be nice if we could all eliminated the duplication.
On 2010-10-01 3:12 PM, Jon Hamkins wrote:
The statement from Oracle implies they are keeping the trademark, so I
think we are beyond hope on that point -- they are wishing us farewell
and good luck on our fork, not rejoining us.
There is one helpful thing about their comment, which is that it came
quickly and we can now all settle on LibreOffice as the longterm name --
it will be an actual fork, not a temporary name that may revert back to
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.
The inclusion of most of go-oo's more stable patches in the first beta
release is an excellent first step in this direction, and I hope is only
'shades of things to come' in this area.
I'm getting really excited at the possibilities!
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Re: [tdf-discuss] Explanation . . . ? · Terry Warby
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