I believe there are some specific legal issues that are related to FOSS
licences, but we do need to investigate some more (help is welcome).
Le Fri, 07 Jan 2011 10:41:52 +0100,
Jonathan Aquilina <email@example.com> a écrit :
Would we do something with LO, or would there be GPL licensing issues?
On 01/07/2011 10:04 AM, Uwe Altmann wrote:
Am 07.01.11 04:57, schrieb todd rme:
- It is not packaged and submitted using Apple’s packaging
technologies included in Xcode – No third party installers are
allowed (I thought this was a major goal of LibO)
It /is/ "packaged and submitted using Apple’s packaging
technologies" as far as the Mac Version of OOo is concerned - it's
a *.dmg file containing an *.app folder, which his a common way of
installing programs on a Mac.
NeoOffice is listed since years in the download area of apple.com so
this can not be that problematic.
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