On 04/02/2012 15:33, Pedro wrote:
Its actually quite funny I was thinking of offering something in the
cloud with a web based version of LO to my clients where they would rent
a virtual private server for the office and login or use the web version
to do their work respectivley.
IBM has never been involved in TDF, and has been openly bashing TDF and
LibreOffice on personal blogs of IBM employees and AOOoI mailing lists.
Sorry, but IBM is off topic here.
I am well aware of all that (IMO some IBM employees bashing TDF on their
blogs and on public mailing lists and forums, does not make it a corporate
decision ;) ).
Yet, this is also about a competitor product based on the same (original)
The migration to the Cloud seems quite interesting and fit for a general
discussion list ;)
Especially because a cloud version or cloud connected version of LibreOffice
is in TDF's plans?
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