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Hi Michelle,

Le 14/12/2011 08:37, Michelle Konzack a écrit :
Hello *,

since August 2011 I am experimenting with Cloud-Computing using 200  IBM
Severs (used) in total and searching for an Office  Suit  which  can  be
integrated into a Web-Interface.

The current Doc-Viewer is WebODF but it is realy limited. Now try to use
EtherPAD, but it is not realy what I like.

I have found an old announcement that OOo will be available  as  Web-App
and I like to know, whether it exist already and where  the  mailinglist

There is two questions / problems here:
1/ technical question: how to do that?
2/ bussiness question: who is able to and who want host such a service?

Question 1: work is in progress for LibreOffice as announced at
LibreOffice conference 2011 held in Paris. Please have a look at
LibreOffice Online prototype :

Question 2: as said at the conference, ATM, hosting such a service is
out of the mission and the means of TDF.

Best regards.

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