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On Sun, 28 Nov 2010 20:26:07 +0100, Peter Lairo <> wrote:
No application should be so arrogant as to start-up with the OS 
per default.

Then you will be delighted to hear that it has been effectively turned
off in Linux by default, if I overheard it correctly.

It seems OO (and LO even more so) still hasn't understood the REAL 
reason why people overwhelmingly choose non-OSS software (Firefox being 
the *exception*): Usability, and a rational understanding what a regular 
user *really* is (clue: it's not you).

hey hey there, take a chill pill. There might be many reasons why people
choose MS Office, but the quickstarter itself will not be it. And as for
accusing LO to not understanding reasons BLABLA. LibO is now 1 months &
1 day old, sorry for not having saved the world and creating world piece

I am sure we will get to a sensible feature and default set, at least I
see that as one of the advantages of not being controlled by a single
corporate entity anymore. Previously, they could do whatever they (and
their marketing dep. wanted).


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