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Nobody told me, that's the problem, i have been asking a lot about that, and
nobody seems to be interested, nor knows anything. So that's why I'm
wondering why. I think that is the future, there will be less and less fat
client apps, and more and more browser based apps. The main reason is
interoperabilty and platform independence. With ann HTML5 Office suite, you
just need a browser, and you can even install it locally. Now LO develops
several versionsfor different platforms, which cost more resources.

On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 18:46, RGB ES <> wrote:

2011/1/6 Jaime R. Garza <>:
I'm wondering why libre office is not interested
in developing an HTML5 complete office Suite.

Who told you that? An html5 app based on LibO does not exists yet,
that's clear, but that does not mean it will never be one. LibO is a
FOSS project, the only thing needed is someone with the knowledge to
start such a project (not an easy task, for sure...). Surely there
will be hands interested on helping if someone is able to put the
first bits together.
BUT: LibO is still defining its roadmap. I think it is not a good idea
to start building over something that will change in the near future.

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