On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 8:55 PM, Charles Marcus <CMarcus@media-brokers.com>w
On 2010-10-03 5:10 PM, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
Let me clear so that we can move on: Unless Oracle gives us the
trademark of OpenOffice.org, we're using LibreOffice, and some people
love it, some people hate it, but as a matter of fact, we're not
changing it anymore, so it's useless to request a change.
It would be impossible to please everyone. I like it personally, but
understand the arguments of those that don't - that said, it is not
something that can just be changed at the drop of a hat, so, LibreOffice
it is... :)
I don't mind LibreOffice, is actually a great name for spanish speakers.
However this is not really a name but a placeholder. We still officially
OpenOffice.org until Oracle officially deny us the name. At least that's ho
I consider things are. So if such, we could have an open discussion on the
list about what the community at large consider a first name. Remember that
at the moment everything is Beta, the foundation, the community and
eventually the product.
Having a GPLv3-type discussion might not be beneficiary because of the time
could be blury, but I think a public discussion should be encouraged. At th
end of the day, a friendly name might benefit all of us.
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Re: [tdf-discuss] [GENERAL] New name · Olav Dahlum
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