Am 06.01.11 10:59, schrieb Carlo Strata:
What about NeoOffice integration in Libò (and viceversa): to merge and
not to waste/spread efforts?
It's only a license trouble???
You got the point!
There are two possibilities:
1. LibO changes from LGPL to GPL license. There are some good reasons
not to do this. Besides it would be not that easy just because the
missing of a Contributor Agreement (CA) and therefore the lack of a "one
and only license holder" who could decide and change that.
2. NeoOffice changes from GPL to LGPL. Ask Patrick and Ed about that. Be
prepared to get burned ;-)
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