We have had a large article on the leading Italian daily, Corriere della
Sera, in the Economy pages, about OOo and LibreOffice.
The editor has put everything into the same bowl, but what is very
important is the title (OpenOffice is attacking) and the graph where OOo
has 17,5% of the market.
Please note that the article, which was supposed to be a comparison
between office suites, mentions Microsoft only at the very end.
The article is in Italian (so, not a real problem for French, Spanish
and Portuguese speaking people), but the graph is self explaining.
JPG (opens in browser):
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