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2011/1/6 Jaime R. Garza <>

Nobody told me, that's the problem, i have been asking a lot about that,
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.

Nobody wants to start building a HUGE NEW PROJECT like it would mean to
start a HTML5 before we get a consistent, fairly bug free client to work on
... Remember LiO is only in RC stage right now

Now for installing the Writer / Calc / Draw / Impress  separate, it is not
how the Ooo works, the program starts, and THEN it goes on to see what files
it is opening, so it actually is ONE BIG program that after start-up
modularizes itself, that's one of the reasons it is faster than the


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