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On Jun 6, 2011, at 4:20 PM, Florian Effenberger wrote:


Jim Jagielski wrote on 2011-06-06 22.13:
Good to see the list... Not knowing things for sure, but I
would guess that Oracle had issues with #3, which gave away
(what I would expect to be) huge chunks of h/w infrastructure,
esp to an entity which was still in the process (though close!)
of finalizing its foundational status...

your interpretation of #3 is wrong. It reads "available for transfer", and emphasizes that by 
"into The Document Foundation's infrastructure". There is not a single word about hardware wanted.

Thx for the clarification... BTW, it also mentions

        "integration with Oracle ERP and CRM stacks"

Did you really want (and expect) direct access to such incredibly
sensitive and important parts of Oracle's business structure?
How does that help the "community"? It seems much more something
a competing business would want.
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