On 10/29/2010 01:29 PM, James Walker wrote:
Maybe something that we should think about is creating a Document Foundation family of products.
This could go in one of four directions.
# LibO on more platforms:
* X-Box 360;
* Sony PlayStation 3;
* Cloud based;
# Additional packages that supplement LibO.
* The Gimp;
* Project management;
# Incorporate the additional packages into LibO;
# Incorporate the additional packages into LibO, and expand into other
I would not really put more products into the main LibreOffice software,
Some things could be done as extensions, albeit they would be fairly
One thing we really need to think about is an email/calender product.
What happened to the calendering extension for OOo?
What happened to the documentation that explained how to utilize
Thunderbird's contact list within OOo?
What happened to the documentation that explained how to utilizes
Lightning's calenders within OOo?
I don't use the existing email functionality within OOo/LibO to know how
well it functions.
and some kind of project management product
What happened to the OOo extensions that covered project management?
Why did the OOo project management development team die. (Their part of
the OOo website looks like it hasn't been touched since mid-2005.)
Of course the easy thing to do would be a partnership with Mozilla, and use Thunderbird, and
Look at the results of the existing partnership between OpenOffice.org
and The Mozilla Foundation.
No human will see non-list, non-bulk, non-junk email sent to this address.
It all gets forwarded to /dev/null
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