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Hello Samphan ,

Le Mon, 25 Oct 2010 22:27:31 +0700,
Samphan Raruenrom <> a écrit :


Other than the messages at I didn't hear anything
from IBM and Google regarding LibreOffice (or I may missed
something). I guess that support (and sponsoring) from more than
single vendor is a benefit of being independent from Oracle. Is there
any progress in this area? The only news I heard is IBM just release
Lotus Symphony 3 using technology.

Oracle just made it clear about its position. How about IBM and

Google has also a very clear position, they support us and they are a
member of our community. As for IBM, I believe it's a complex matter
but we would very much welcome their participation, should they be
interested in joining us one day, of which I have for the moment no
indication. The statements delivered by Rob Weir and Bob Sutor on their
blogs explain their position, I think. 


Charles-H. Schulz
Membre du Comité exécutif
The Document Foundation.

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