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Hello Pikov,

On 7 août 2014 21:02:17 CEST, Pikov Andropov <> wrote:
Charles-H. Schulz wrote on 8/7/2014 3:05 AM:
Hello Pikov,

On 7 août 2014 01:30:57 CEST, Pikov Andropov <>
V Stuart Foote wrote on 8/6/2014 6:34 PM:
No great mystery.

If they are more conservative--LibreOffice 4.2.6 is a solid build,
somewhat lacking in the latest office features.

If they have more tolerance for change, and accept the potential
some as yet undescribed bugs affecting use, then early adoption of
4.3.0 branch is a reasonable choice.

Both are good well tested software packages.

Interesting answer.

I think you're saying that 4.2.6 is essentially bugfree, but 4.3.x is

Sigh. Both are NOT bugfree. Stable is a stage and no software ca be
bug free.

I didn't say, bugfree, Charles. I said "essentially bugfree". Don't be

Sorry, I didn't mean to be! I was just trying to clarify those terms.



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