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Re: [tdf-discuss] Release Plan


Hi Bob Boehm, may you share your experiences in deploying LibO in
production? Does enduser feel comfortable with it? Any problem when
migrating from Ms Office 2k7?.
I'm going to deploy LibO for my company.
Thanks!

On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 11:10 PM, Robert Boehm <boehm.robert1@gmail.com>wrote:

Hi.....just a comment.  I am very excited about the accelerated release
plan and it's explanation
on the Wiki.....that LO 3.3.0 was pushed out the door maybe slightly early
(and still has bugs) is
not that important to me, as all software has bugs.  It is already a high
quality piece of software,
as I have been using it IN PRODUCTION since the betas (breaking my own
rules)....

I plan to enjoy the stable releases now in production, and with the first
point release due in the
middle of February, I know that there is so much work being put into this
to not only reduce bugs,
but add features (May release of 3.4 already!!!)

The Document Foundation is the BEST thing to have happened to this code and
it is VERY exciting.

I will continue to test the unstable branch on my test machine and submit
bugs and/or suggestions to
improve this wonderful FREE and OPEN SOURCE project.

Thank-you for ALL of the developers and all you have set out to do (and
have already done)....starting
this new project was a LOT of work, and it's showing now for sure....in
just a few short months...

Bob Boehm

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