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In my opinion, after all history involving OpenOffice, the ideal would be that
this code was donated to the TDF. Everything under the GPL.

With the software under the Apache license, we can not "work directly" in
LibreOffice because they can not use our effort due to license GPL-Apache.

Thus, we must direct our efforts to the software under the Apache license
and "reuse" what we want to LibreOffice.

But it will also allow our volunteer work is used by large companies to "create
" an unopened product for sale. We will be working for free.

This is interesting? What is the advantage for the "community"?

I think the "TDF members" could express any comment with the positives and
negatives points.

Eduardo Alexandre Gula

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