On 01/01/11 19:42, Jaime R. Garza wrote:
But why only for Thunderbird?
Why not make an open container (or just modularize the existing one with a
well defined interface) to will allow any application to use the resources
(e.g. dictionaries) and have full integration with all LO resources?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the main bone of contention with
regards to integrating a third-party e-mail client the flow of data
*from* the client, *to* the office suite. If that is the case, surely
there is a *need* develop an add-on for each e-mail client.
I can't imagine there being a need to share resources with an e-mail
client (certainly Thunderbird) as they (as stand-alone products) strive
to be feature complete. That being said don't both Thunderbird and LibO
use hunspell? If so, would it not already be a simple matter to share
dictionaries? For example a system-wide hunspell dictionary.
For the record I'm not in favour of LibO wasting resources on developing
their own PIM or e-mail client. There are plenty of alternatives out
there, and LibO should work on integration with them (I assume such
would represent a lot less work compared with a brand new or forked PIM).
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