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At 21:46 11/02/2011, David Nelson wrote:
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 21:03, Christophe Strobbe
<> wrote:
> (*) None of these articles mention LibrOffice, although the review says:
> "developers are falling away like pine needles from a Christmas tree and
> competitors are making inroads to its market."

Could you please clarify whether it's from the OOo project or
LibreOffice project that "developers are falling away like pine
needles from a Christmas tree"?

The statement comes from a review of 3.3; it is about Although the reviewer must be aware of LibreOffice, I found it strange that he doesn't mention any of the OOo competitors by name.

You didn't give any link to the article you were referring to, and a
search for "libreoffice" on the Linux Format site returned nothing,
otherwise I would have read for myself.

I simply bought the printed edition.
By the way, the cover DVD contains neither nor LibreOffice.

Best regards,


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