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Graham Lauder wrote:
What info are you missing?

Most I've probably worked out and that stuff I haven't, I made up using

educated guesswork.

Oracle made an interim response, do we have link to that somewhere.

Martin, from Oracle, was linking to this article:

Michael Meeks is in the heart of this, what's Novells role

One of the supporting companies, as listed on

From the companies listed there, the shared intention is to fold
their respective OOo flavours into LibreOffice.

Google has thrown it's oar in, in support, will there be any more than li
service or will they front, maybe with server space.

Cannot speak for them - but surely even lip service from someone
with an outreach like Google is something to appreciate. ;)

The response from the corporates seemed quick, were they brought in befor
e the

Well yes, we had the initial list of supporters on that page from
Day One (it grew since then). This, unfortunately, is one of the
things you only pull off by doing backroom talks ...

Where does IBM and Symphony fit in, if at all.

We would be thrilled to have IBM on board, of course.

When was the anticipated release date, has any been set.

For LibO 3.3? That'll be somewhat aligned with the OOo 3.3 release -
LibO will be based on OOo 3.3 sources (and no, there's no definitive
release date for OOo 3.3 either).

Can I rewrite the Vision and Mission please, it really sucks right now.

Please - constructive criticism is always appreciated! :)


-- Thorsten

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