PLease consider removing all these undesired dictionaries and
extensions. Actually, I agree with OOo project where we should keep LO
as lean as possible and offload collateral delevelopments to extensions,
which by the way is a very nice feature.
Now with no intent to spark flames, I am concerned in distributing LO to
a corporation as large as 120K desktops. Every single useless extension
is a source of concern for failure, doubts and support costs. 120.000
small annoyances is a huge problem, believe me.
So I beg to remove them. All of them. I need to have LO focused in my
locale, with only one or two upgradeable extensions (dicts, grammar
checker) that I can manage for 120.000 users. The corporation I work for
only allows extensions under strict business need.
Thank you very much indeed.
Em 01-11-2010 09:34, Michael Meeks escreveu:
On Sun, 2010-10-31 at 17:53 -0400, Michel Gagnon wrote:
however I cannot modify my installation to remove the PDF Import and
So - there are lots of parts of LibreOffice that cannot be removed
easily; such as the clipart gallery, or say, the Quattro Pro file
filters, or whatever.
The more interesting thing to me is - why would you want to remove the
PDF Import ? or the Presenter Console ?
If there are bugs that make these unususable, or particularly
problematic - then, we should fix those instead IMHO. ie. can we fix the
bug in the right place ?
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