todd rme wrote:
On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 9:20 PM, Andy Brown
Instead, what we are looking at one group
having the name and official control of the code base, and the other [...]
Nah. they will get the trademark, or more exactly, for now, a grant to _use_
the trademark from Oracle.
They have been granted a licensed on the Oracle OO code base under ALv2.
but in no way does that give them 'official control' of _the_ code base.
It just mean that they just acquired _a_ code base, and that they'll be able
to do whatever they want with it.
that does not give them 'official control' over anything we do, nor does
that make them magically upstream....
in 6,12,18 months, whenever/if they graduate and some of the change they do
make sens, we will probably treat that project as side-stream, to possibly
incorporate sensible changes they may have done, that match with our overall
We'll cross that bridge when it gets there, In the mean time, returning to
our task to improve LibreOffice is the best service we can do to our users.
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