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On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 10:15 AM, Simos Xenitellis
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What can the Apache Foundation provide to OpenOffice?

Worst case: a code base that you can cleanly relicense to your choice
of license without any requirement to give anything back.  This
provides an opportunity to free yourself of constraints made by
historical choices.  AGPLv3 and MPL are both possibilities, as well as
a number of others

Ian Lynch described the best case here:

- Sam Ruby

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