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One of the features that has contributed greatly to Firefox's popularity is the ability to add new functionality through Firefox extensions. Suárez-Potts says that OpenOffice.org too has made it possible for developers to add functionality through extensions. The idea, says Suárez-Potts, is for OpenOffice.org to be "lean and capable, and added to easily," rather than trying to add every feature directly to the OpenOffice.org codebase.
 read more | score:3885 | -Ray, August 4, 2006
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