Le 2011-02-16 12:12, drew a écrit :
Speaking of press coverage I would point to a singular sentence
regarding LibreOffice in an other wise unrelated article:
Nokiasoft: Who are the Open Source Winners and Losers? (ComputerWorldUK)
"if the eventual owner of Qt (whoever that might be, assuming Nokia
eventually sells it, as I think likely) starts messing about - hello
Oracle - then there's always the option of a fork, which in the wake of
LibreOffice has become a much more respectable option."
That is IMO the best pr there is.
Yes, Oracle has been getting a little negative feeback lately.
Especially with the java suit against Google. They will need to nurture
their opensource back to health to win back some votes of support.
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