On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 13:38, Alexandre Silveira
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
The ASF will only release code under the Apache license.
I believe the TDF will only release code under a copyleft license.
As long as each entity holds to these principles (and there is no
indication either intends to change), then I believe direct "joining"
of forces will not be possible. The hope is to find other ways to
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