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With all the fork discussion going on, I figured I'd just as well as this one 
Since the announcement, I've heard a number of people (via comments on Slashdot 
and OSNews at the very least) suggest that LibreOffice is a fork of Go-OOo 
instead of OOo (realizing that Go-OOo is derived from OOo).
Now, reading the documents you all put up on TDF's website[1], I have answered 
that it seems more like a fork from OOo that accepted the Go-OOo patches.

It would be great to get some clarity on that - especially in the FAQ section on 
TDF's website  - if only just to be able to say the right thing.



[1] Specifically I've quoted this FAQ entry:

Q: What does this announcement mean to other derivatives of 
A: We want The Document Foundation to be open to code contributions  from as 
many people as possible. We are delighted to announce that the  enhancements 
produced by the Go-OOo team will be merged into  LibreOffice, effective 
immediately. We hope that others will follow  suit. 

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