On Monday 15 Nov 2010 00:39:09 Gianluca Turconi wrote:
Il 14/11/2010 12.25, Mirek M. ha scritto:
I'd really like to see Linux become the primary platform to focus on
(yes, Linux has a much smaller user base than Windows, but that will
never change if software companies keep favoring Windows). For Linux,
OpenOffice.org (going forward LibreOffice) is vital.
I hope this *won't* happen, ever.
However, I've heard and read several comments about this matter and I'd
like to see a (somehow) official statement that confirms LibO will be a
multiplatform software *forever*.
At least, as priciple. In the facts, it will depend on dev resources.
Agreed, LibreO is cross platform, that is it's strength. let's keep it that
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