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



Jonathan Aquilina wrote

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.

Compiling from source is beyond my skills :)
But I'm available to do some testing of your virtual private server ;)

However I hope that LO server based is a suite installed on a local server
and running on the browser as Google docs does. This would allow to have a
centrally updated stable office suite instead of having to install in each
PC... If it is done in a similar manner to Google Docs and IBM Docs, the
documents can be shared and even edited simultaneously by several users
within an intranet.

Am I daydreaming? :)

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