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On 18 November 2010 14:27, Florian Reisinger <> wrote:

Has anyone "in authority" asked the PortableApps folk if they'd do a
portable LibO? Can't hurt to ask ...

Has anyone "in authority" asked the Android and/or Apple and/or Symbian
if they'd do a mobile LibO? Can't hurt to ask ...


Harold Fuchs
London, England

That would be a great idea.
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I'd be surprised if Google hadn't already thought about it and so they
probably rejected it. After all they already have Google Docs and my Android
phone has ThinkFree Office. Symbian is using K-office. The barrier of the
size of LO is a significant issue. If it is slimmed and phones get more
powerful it can happen but the longer that takes the moore likely it will be
that it is too late :-(. Even a light weight WP based on Writer from a
workflow point of view and supporting odf would be better than nothing. 90%
of people simply don't need all the functions for the things they do most
often and this likely what they would do on phone technology.

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