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There's an interesting article about OpenOffice 3.3 beta in Computer Weekly (the world's first weekly computer magazine) this week. It's at It's 10 short comments each accompanied by a photo. The 5th "slide" has a link to which, as the blurb there says "This page will track public information on major deployments". Perhaps LibreOffice should follow suit??? Is the TDF attempting to have LibO supersede OOo in any/all of those places? Will it?

The blurb referred to above also says "This page does not track ODF legislation or deployments. See the ODF adoption page on OpenDocument for that. " Should the TDF pages link to those also? Or perhaps they already do, from somewhere I haven't found???

Harold Fuchs
London, England

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