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Update on Apache OpenOffice


Oracle’s history of not caring too much about Free Software led several contributors to fork And that is a very brief account of how LibreOffice came to be. Not knowing what to do with after most of the contributors left to join The Document Foundation, which oversees the development of LibreOffice, Oracle donated to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) on June 1 2011.

Since then, the ASF has been working behind the scenes to take over complete control of the project’s development. It has since been renamed to Apache OpenOffice. So what exactly has the ASF being doing? The following graphic, published in a blog post here, provides a clue.
 read more | mail this link | score:5380 | -finid, March 17, 2012
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