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interesting discussion.

Am 31.03.2011 17:32, schrieb Jaime R. Garza:


Well, I consistently advise to use free software (not freeware!) and
open standards.

Thinkfree has great compatibility with MS formats (still the

Hm. The fact, that most people are using it, doesn´t make a standard.

and runs in all platforms including Android and iOS.

A big advantage, no doubt.

The advise here is that LO developers should try to focus on making those
three 3 apps available as soon as possible for Android & iOS.

This would mean to recode the whole Software from scratch, I fear.

However, as far as I understand, LibreOffice developers are very
well aware of the desire of running the suite on mobile devices. It
somehow is wishful thinking. ;-)



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