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On 3/23/11 10:13 AM, Kinshuk Sunil wrote:

I will appreciate if someone can take out time to go through it and check if
I am not saying anything wrongly/incorrectly. If this is not the correct
place for this discussion, kindly guide me to the correct platform.

I have gone through the presentation and I have found only one *real* mistake, as Oracle Open Office (proprietary, in spite of the name) has replaced StarOffice, while still exists (and you need to sign the Oracle Contributor Agreement). is open source while LibreOffice is free software. The difference is small, but substancial.

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