Am 04.06.2011 18:41, schrieb Ian Lynch:
On 4 June 2011 17:29, Gianluca
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 OpenOffice.org?"
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 OpenOffice.org.
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