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On 2011-06-18 5:39 AM, Simos Xenitellis wrote:
And there is no better way to do this than have the 'git repositories'
of the LibreOffice source code.

You were correct earlier - he is merely pointing out that nowhere in the
license agreement (I haven't read it so am not making the same claim)
does it say where or how to GET ACCESS TO the source code.

If this is true, it should be rectified immediately.

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