Re: [tdf-discuss] OpenOffice dead and burried?
plino wrote (17-05-11 12:49)
What do they mean by "handing it back"? Are they giving up on the OpenOffice
Can someone from TDF shed some light?
Probably it will not surprise you when I say that to me it looks best if
activities are combined as much as possible, in some form. Anyway that
is how I understand open source.
But since all depends from how Oracle will handle the situation, I am as
curious as you are on what is going to happen.
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