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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: IBM is alive ;)


On 04/02/2012 17:18, Pedro wrote:
italovignoli wrote
IBM Docs is a proprietary product based on a completely different code
base, and therefore does not belong to the same "family" of products.

And yet, IBM Docs' default file format is ODF, which makes it a not so
distant cousin :)

I do hope that LibreOffice On Line becomes a reality! It would be the only
(to my knowledge) Free own-server based office suite!

Please take mental note not to name it LibreOffice On Line (LOOL) or
LibreOffice Online (LOO) . Maybe something more creative like LibreOffice
Cloud Edition (LOCE) or LibreOffice Web Edition (LOWE) :)

I am planning on offering something like that to my clients all they would be paying for is the virtual private server. Online is where everything is going. Pedro have you tried compiling LO from source Michael Meeks told me how to do it and its quite simple to get it compiling for the web at least from what i have been told, will soon find out if that is true.

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