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On 18/06/2013 at 12:02, Пузырев Алексей <> wrote:

We have a local network and over 2000 users. We consider software
LibreOffice Online, so that users can work with "*.odf" files via
web-browser. Will we be able to implement such LibreOffice Online.

No. LibreOffice web browser interface, which you probably refer to, was proof-
of-concept quality. It's sole purpose was to show that something like that is 
possible. It could be nice toy for hacker, but is in no way suitable for 
corporate environments. Deploying it for 2000 users would be a disaster.

You *might* have better lack with Open-Xchange, which has text documents 
support since some time. It is very basic, though.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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