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Jaime R. Garza wrote:
 I have some doubts as to whether the two products will diverge now that
Oracle has decided to end its involvement with .  I suspect
that at some point rather than let OOo just whither and die it will merge
with The Document Foundation and the two will become essentially one.  If
that happens it might be a good idea to use both names, OOo could end up
being the Windows version and LO the Linux and other OS version.  Or
something like that.

Sorry, but I don't agree, LibreOffice is to stay and I couldn't care less
about OpenOffice name. But that's just my opinion.
Maybe I wasn't clear enough in what I was saying, I agree, LO is here to stay, I think what might happen is that OOo will join TDF, not the other way around.
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