On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 10:50:05AM -0600, Jeremy Cartwright wrote:
And I see libreoffice has made it into the debian squeeze main contrib
It didn't. It's in experimental only right now.
Will upload it to sid when squeeze is released.
Would it be prudent, then, to just wait until the debian
repos update with the new goodness which is LibreOffice 3.3?
For squeeze you can wait until infinity until that happens, squeeze was already
in freeze, so... squeeze will release with OpenOffice.org 3.2.1..
For sid and/or experimental, well, your choice (besides that experimentak
already *has* 3.3.0, as rc4 == final)
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