> 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.
Thanks Sophie, this is all good news all around. I guess it is
understandable re: Symphony. Hopefully, IBM will help out with a few
full-time devs for LibreOffice. Now that would also be a nice gesture if
Actually only Symphony didn't join yet, the other guys are there.
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Re: [tdf-discuss] Explanation . . . ? · Terry Warby
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