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Re: [tdf-discuss] First Round of Questions for my Master Thesis


Hi Simos,
yes, you are right!
But, OpenOffice.org is past.
The projects name now is Apache OpenOffice.

With the "abbreviation" OpenOffice I refer to the former OpenOffice.org and to Apache OpenOffice.
I hope you will accept this abbreviation.

regards
Veit


Am 2013-01-25 15:52, schrieb Simos Xenitellis:
On Fri, Jan 25, 2013 at 5:18 PM,  <vdvogt@drvdvogt.de> wrote:
Hi all,
my name is Veit.
I had studied Free Software at Free Technology Academy (ftacademy.org) and
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC.edu).
Now, after I had finished all my courses, I will write my Master Thesis.
This will be a case study about the office suites OpenOffice and
LibreOffice.

There used to be a project 'OpenOffice.org' which is now defunct.
Out of that project, we now have 'LibreOffice' and 'Apache
OpenOffice', and possibly others.

Sadly, www.openoffice.org does not reflect this situation.
Sorry for hijacking.

Simos

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