I agree, with that analysis.. the entire thing of tracking into open
source pay for use software is
bad,, it allows the pay for use people to force everyone to buy there
stuff,even thought it is mostly
useless. usually that happens because the pay for use software (PFU
software people lobby
governments to require that it be used to access government.
there were several very good word processor apps in play before the
mobsters gobbled them
up or forced the companies that made them out of business. It has come
to my attention that
the money to gobble up these very good competitors was given by the
because spytelligence could not write tools that worked on all types of
word processors or spread sheets.
On 2020-02-22 04:04 PM, txemaclon wrote:
I went from Windows to Linux Mint one year ago. One of the best decisions in
my life. Then I went from Office to Libreoffice. ¿And what to say about
Libreoffice writer is a thousand times better than MS Word. But it is no
difficult to be better than the biggest garbage in software world.
I think Writer is too similar to Word, or at least too much inspired by him,
and so it is very difficult to be something really good.
It is just my opinion. I apologize if this is not the place to express it.
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