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On 02/15/2011 05:34 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2011-02-15 12:28, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :

The following two articles are about OOo and LibreOffice.
Mostly, to me, how OOo is loosing its user base to LO and
that OOo is loosing ground with the features that LO now
includes in its 3.3 version over OOo's 3.3 version.

These two articles make me think that if this type of negative
"press" keeps up, Oracle will soon dump OOo as a useless
product line.


Linux, Open Source & Ubuntu: New Suite Uninspiring but


New Suite: Adequate, but Uninspiring

Now that is funny. It looks like just the same article, just reworked with a different title.

We already have the full article on the LibreOffice in the Press wiki page. Maybe we will just skip the short one.



The one is short, but the longer one has more info in it.

But these articles are one of the first ones I have seen that
looks like some one else now believes that Oracle has dropped
the ball on their version.  I like the fact that in such a short time,
while LibreOffice people were working on re-coding the core of
the suite to get rid of the legacy code that causes upgrade and
maintenance problems, they still "found the time" to produce a
better 3.3 version than OOo did.  LibreOffice went to RC4, while
OOo went to RC10; so does it mean that LibreOffice has better
programmers, of is it due to their work to get rid of the legacy
code that gave problems to OOo's programmers?

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