Il 06/01/2011 20:04, Italo Vignoli ha scritto:
On 01/06/2011 10:59 AM, Carlo Strata wrote:
What are we waiting for??????
We have been in touch with Ed Peterlin and Patrick Luby. Any step in any
direction will not happen before The Document Foundation has been
established as a legal entity.
What I personally hope is that the whole NeoOffice team will close (!)
NeoOffice development, that team, know how and code are all flowed to
LibreOffice (!) and that the NeoOffice team time is used to manage the
LibreOffice Mac OS X development and package builds, may be both on 32
bit and 64 bit Mac platform (!), keeping all the rest of the code
aligned, and so updated, to the main Libò one!!!
In this way we could have a better and an updated high quality Mac
Office suite (LibreOffice for Mac) surely more updated than how much
NeoOffice now is (3.1.2) with respect to OpenOffice.org (near to 3.3.0).
p.s. As I stated on another post I also think that the big java
NeoOffice dependencies may be transformed in a native (C/C++, SQLite) or
Python dependencies. Python is a powerful, modern and a foundation (!)
controlled language (Python Software Foundation, psf see below).
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