Le 31/05/12 14:59, Tom Davies a écrit :
Why can't they just say things like "A LOT faster"?? Why drag in numbers that are likely to be
proven wrong in certain/all cases?
Well, probably because the cynic in me knows that someone in the AOO
camp released a statement about AOO 3.4 essentially saying that it was
much faster (by a factor of x, y, z) than LO, and both projects seem to
be content to knock each other about at the slightest occasion (sighs in
disbelief). I have personally always hated the spin that this project
has attempted to put on things to make it sound more attractive than the
"competition" - it was the same thing while OOo was ongoing.
Like Andreas, I generally tend to ignore announcements like that and
prefer factual analysis, but how often is software tested and
statistically significant results given ? errmm....
On my Linux box, with less than one Gig of ram and an old 5400 rpm
harddisk, everything is slow !!!! ;-)
On my Macbook, it depends.
So basically, YMMV - your mileage may vary.
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