2011/6/4 Ian Lynch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 4 June 2011 17:33, Charles-H. Schulz <
My doubt comes from the article in the Register and the Groklaw analysis.
Allen confirmed my suspicions. I understand, then, that contributing
anything now to openoffice means to contribute it to Oracle.
Don't you think that is a bit over-paranoid? I mean Oracle is on a get out
strategy. If OOo was so valuable how come they didn't actually sell it off
to someone like IBM for real dollars?
they did best:
Are trying to recruit workers "volunteers" at no cost.
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