Italo Vignoli wrote (29-10-11 11:26)
LibreOffice is going forward and bringing new features to users, with an
increasingly different code base. OOo is going backwards, [...]
From what I've seen the past year, I am not positive too about OO,
especially not compared to LibreOffice. But that does not necessarily
have to mean that there will be no improvement at all after some time.
I think that this is the situation that we are facing today. Of course,
we do not want to upset or divide the user base, but on the other hand
we start to be pissed off by the attitude of some people.
It would have my preference to ignore the last as much as possible.
Reply kindly now and then maybe. And focus on the first.
I trust that this in the end will help us most, showing the truth and
Since I do not follow any AOO list, and see the forums only now and
then, I have no idea what is going on there. But if people insist on
writing silly things, maybe it is time that we write some short but
clear FAQ's ?
Of course, we should take care to make it to positive statements rather
then negative, defensive. But that should not be a problem ;-)
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