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Le 2010-10-15 12:30, Eric Hoch a écrit :

Wouldn't it be better to allow the user to select which extensions [s]he
wants to install, adding a special [warning] note to ones that require JRE?

For the end-user I favor this too but companies may want a vanilla
OOo without any extensions or the chance to disable the
installations by default during the silent installation process or
whichever process is chosen to install larger amounts of OOo on
company PCs.


I would be careful in trimming too many extensions. People coming from MSOffice will expect full compatibility and if it is not there, and they have to "work" at it to get it to do the same thing, well, we will lose them. We should make sure that LibO is as able (at it's most minimal state) to do as much as MSOffice. Don't trim off extensions to the point where the vanilla version does less.


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