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On 15/12/2010 Narayan Aras wrote:
Oracle Open Office offers update.
Their marketing brochure actually boasts of large savings based on
this single difference.
So why does LibO not talk about "online updates" as a development goal
at all??
Also, since Oracle OO also is open source, adopting that part of
design/code would be possible, right?

No, it wouldn't. Your question was going beyond the topic in discussion,
but pay attention to the differences between Oracle Open Office and
- Oracle Open Office is proprietary software and offers incremental
- is free and open source software and does not offer
  incremental updates.


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