Le 2011-05-25 11:50, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :
So even if Oracle drops all support for OOo, this site will still be up?
Oracle has ended OOo support and development, according to the news on
the lists and such. So I wonder what will happen to the OOo domain since
Oracle "owns" that name as a "trademark". Who will be paying for the
domains name and such if Oracle "ends" everything involved with that
name and product line?
That is some of my concern.
I think TDF should think about creating their own list of Extensions and
Templates that is hosted and stored on a site that TDF controls, SO we
do not need to have LO users go to a OOo site.
There are people working on this but it takes time and a lot of energy
to get them right. There is a test site for extensions being worked on
by Andreas and I had been involved in trying to migrate the templates
to the TDF/LibreOffice site. I am hoping we could adapt the test site
for template submissions as well. But these need more development and
testing and, ... time.
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