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Hi Andrea,

Andrea Pescetti wrote (18-01-11 21:13)
The experience, and the first distribution-specific
LibreOffice bugs like
make me think that fragmentation, while of course allowed by the
license, should be discouraged when it comes to functionality;
I'm not questioning desktop integration or branding, but I'd like to know why
distributions feel they have to make changes to functionality...

I do not expect at all that distros will have much appetite in making substantial functional changes. (And I am glad with that ;-) ) The bug you point to, does not suggest that they will make substantial changes, though?


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