Apologies for top posting, I'm on my phone. Perhaps did I get confused for a
moment but I hear that Oracle will in fact retain the copyright on the
Openoffice codebase. Anyone can infirm/confirm?
Le 4 juin 2011, 5:59 PM, "Eduardo Alexandre" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a
Oracle has rejected the invitation e. .. passed the code to Apache!
Something motivated move to Apache and not to TDF.
The invitation for Oracle can be done for the Apache?
If yes, could be on the condition of maintaining a software under the GPL?
2011/6/4 Zaphod Feeblejocks <email@example.com> > Is it possible to allow
Oracle to donate to A...
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