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Le 2010-11-22 18:07, Frank Esposito a écrit :

As I see it, the problem here is that cool, useful extensions aren't being
really exposed to most OOo/LibO users.

if they are really cool and useful (as this one is that was just pointed
out) then they should become standard features of part of an add-on pack.


I am also another who is of the opinion that the extensions should not be included and all extensions should be removable as well. We have had short talks on the download size of the distro as well as having some extensions added without any option of removing them. IMO, the user should always be left in control of the extensions. If they are so necessary, then they should be coded in and not be called extensions.


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