On 10/05/2010 03:28 PM, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
So, do we have someone who could clarify this and perhaps follow up with
writers if something is wrong?
Just passing along some coverage of LibreOffice coming out today in
OpenOffice.org Launches LibreOffice Suite to Break Free of Oracle
I wonder whether this paragraph from the above article is true:
LibreOffice will have a dual license, falling under LGPLv3+ and MPL (GNU
Lesser General Public License and Mozilla Public License).
or if it just one of the many unsourced, unchecked statements about
LibreOffice appearing here and there these days.
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