Craig Olofson wrote:
Excuse me if this is old news but;
Even though the cynic in me expected this development, I'm still surprised.
I look forward to our council's statement.
Ellison's Oracle washes hands of OpenOffice
Friday's news is a massive turnaround by a company that just seven months
ago refused to relinquish power over the OpenOffice project that it
inherited from Sun Microsystems.
Why should The Document Foundation make a statement about what Oracle
does? Nothing in this or other articles has indicated that Oracle will
give up the copyright to the OpenOffice.org name to anyone else. I do
not see them giving the copyright to TDF. If they do then that would be
reason for TDF to comment.
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