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2010/11/14 Graham Lauder <>

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, (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

I definitely agree.

What I meant was that, instead of focusing to make LibO work the best on
Windows, leaving the Mac and Linux a step behind (for example, so far, it's
pretty laborious to even install LibO beta 2 on Linux, while it's really
easy to install on Windows), TDF should focus on making LibO work the best
on Linux, and then focus on Windows and Mac OS.


Graham Lauder, MarCon (Marketing Contact) NZ Migration and training Consultant.

INGOTs Assessor Trainer
(International Grades in Open Technologies)

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