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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: OpenOffice dead and burried?


On 05/17/2011 05:17 PM, plino wrote:

@Italo, since you are indeed a member of the SC, can you share with the
community more information about the original topic, please?

Apart from reiterating that we see one community going forward, as we always did (when we originally invited Oracle to join TDF), we do not have more information than those available to all of you. Every other comment on the future of OOo would be a speculation.

I can only add that Oracle fiscal year ends on May 31, and this is prolly a deadline for a second announcement about the future of OOo.

I can also suggest to have a look at Oracle SEC filings, which are available on Oracle web site, and especially presentations to analysts and Forms 10-Q (2009 and 2010). These documents provide an insight on investments and product strategies, and might help in understanding.

But, again, given the amount of informations available, any comment on the future of OOo would be a speculation.

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