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Another alexandre...

I've been reading the discussion and i have a pragmatic question.

Why ASF doesnt join to TDF and better Why TDF join to ASF using their code governance to develop one unique produticvity plataform called LibreOffice and that could be used commercialy when properly customized and licensed aggreed to be used as as a costumized version of libreoffice for a especific use ???

This model is already avaible and viable to all envolved parts here.

Em 05/06/2011 14:29, André Schnabel escreveu:

Am 04.06.2011 18:41, schrieb Ian Lynch:
On 4 June 2011 17:29, Gianluca Turconi<>wrote:
Is it sure there will be a *product*?

I think IBM need it for symphony so on those grounds alone I'd say there
will be code licensed so that it can be used in that product as a minimum.

Let me rephrase to: "Will there be a product named"

I cannot answer, but as Gianluca mentioned Apache is more about a project, not a product. And considering the OOo dependencies to copyleft components, it will be quite a lot of work to get something that can be called "product" and behaves like

It is obvious that there will be a product called "Symphony" .. but ""?



Alexandre Silveira

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