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It was answered in this message:
And also (unnecessarily snarkily) in this one:

AOO = Apache Open Office

On Wed, 15 Aug 2012, anne-ology wrote:

      I too would like to know.

      It's been mentioned a few times now ... someone asks what is it, yet
no one responds  ;-)
          or are they responding privately  ???

On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 3:52 PM, Gordon Burgess-Parker

On 14/08/12 21:13, Andreas Säger wrote:

I'm going to upgrade all our production systems to AOO 3.4.1

What is "AOO"?

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