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Italo Vignoli wrote:

Recently, we have offered a server - without any condition - to host the 
forums, but the admins have decided to go to Apache. The answer I got 
when I wrote to the ooo-user@apache mailing list is a testament of forum 
admins positioning (no answer at all).

I had not heard of it.
I read only sometimes the new new ooo-dev list at Apache, but there is too
many mails to follow it.

Italo Vignoli wrote:

LibreOffice is going forward and bringing new features to users, with an 
increasingly different code base. OOo is going backwards, because of the 
meaningless "license sanification" imposed by Apache (one of the forum 
admins has recently asked a question on this subject, which - of course 
- has not been answered).

This is what I think too. I prefer TDF over Apache, even if I am not a TDF
member. What I was stating was only my point of view as a forum user.

Best regards,

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