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On 11/05/2010 03:35 PM, Benjamin Horst wrote:

It doesn't even need to be built on the existing LibO code-it could be built using LibO's ODF 
libraries, though, for perfect file
compatibility. Users won't care what the underlying code is; as long as
the interface and branding match LibO, and documents can be seamlessly

Depending upon how extensive those libraries are, and how well they can
be used as an API, that might be the simplest and fastest way to get
LibO on Android, iPhone, and the rest of the mobile platforms.

It feels like a plan for a smart new startup, perhaps even backed with VC money from Apple or 
Android's development funds for their platforms.

Where will the money that the VCs want come from?


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