This tread has veered sharply off course from the original post thus my change of the Subject.
If AOO Issued security and stability updates in a timely manner and if they issued a battle tested
version of LO every couple of years or so, it could serve as a LTS outlet for the bleeding edge LO.
This would reunify the Open Office community, solve the branding issue, and provide a valid purpose
for both organizations.
Sadly the essential first premise of that statement has not been true.
Just a thought ....
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