@Simon, so therefore I should not use Open Source programs because I'm using
a closed source OS?
Don't you see how absurd it is to need to BUY a compiler to compile a FREE
program? Then what is the point if the source is open and I can modify it
but can't compile it because I can't afford the compiler??? This has no
relation at all to the OS!
BTW, read Christian's answer... apparently they do have time...
This is the kind of replies that drove me off the OOo QA team. I guess there
is more of the same in LO...
@Christian, that is the kind of answer I was looking for. Thank you for the
links. As I said I can not contribute to the programming part but I'm
willing to help in whatever I can. Thanks!
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