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Hi Dave,

Am 02.01.2011 05:37, schrieb Dave Johnson:

I asked the IT department of the #3 dialysis provider in the U.S.
(DCI Inc. a 501(c)3 nonprofit company. I work at this company
BTW. I asked why DCI does not use OOo or LibO and I used the
"it's free". The answer is DCI has a grant or some other such
free deal to use MS Office from Microsoft Corp. How can we
compete with free MS Office?

Explain the different meaning of "free" in free software!

Free software gives you freedom.

Free MS Office means gratis and the opposite of freedom: a vendor


LibreOffice - Die Freiheit nehm' ich mir!

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