Il 19/01/2011 11:56, Rene Engelhard ha scritto:
On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 09:49:51PM +0000, Andrew M.A. Cater wrote:
and, possibly, Debian might need to ship an "acceptably free" version
by their own standards if there were any doubt as to the appropriate
freeness of the LibreOffice code by the standards of the particular
In addition, Debian may need to patch heavily to meet the requirements
of some of the disparate hardware architectures, for example.
Well, not that heavily, and even if so I'd immediately give that back
I think this is the key!!! To give patch immediately (!) back to TDF and
explain that in the, e.g., proposed distro patch wiki.
I also think that install Libò from one distro's repository is very
useful to maintain LibreOffice updated as well as the entire whole
system software and being able to install only a file if this is the
need instead of reinstall/update all the stuff (the whole "vanilla" Libò
But I think TDF could also be the place in which all distros together
discuss about new functionality before (!) implement it.
TDF has been made to collect people ideas, discussions, software bugs
and not only to serve people code. We are a bowl, we live in a XXI
century very interesting bowl. We must understand this... Are we?
We are here to avoid branches, to merge previously existing projects
(Go-OO, NeoOffice, BrOffice, OOo4Kids, ...) in one big, open and with
specific sectors (but single) Project!
We are here to avoid wasting human efforts.
We are here...! ;-)
Have a nice evening,
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