Le samedi 18 février 2012 à 12:16 +0100, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
Hi Charles, *,
On Sat, Feb 18, 2012 at 12:03 PM, Charles-H.Schulz
Just stumbled upon this, we might need to address that legally:
Not sure what you mean with "legally" here.
I wouldn't do anything. As the article reads, users have the power to
install nevertheless, so all we need to do is to document that.
(if that was not clear, I'm against trying to get LibreOffice into
Apple's appstore just for this reason)
Sure, I'm not suggesting that Apple's appstore is great, only that
people are lazy and that we might be forced to at least get our packages
signed by Apple. Unless we want to be known as something underground
and ... unknown. That's the fear.
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