I was recently doing some research and came across a few highly rated links
on Google that were very negative about the Document Foundation; it was an
old ZDNet article abt 5 years old. I don't have a URL handy but could
retrieve it if I needed to and anyone wanted to see it.
At any rate; is that situation still current? Or has it been "fixed"?
The articles cited everything from internal fighting to mistakes/errors
they made, etc. and predicted the demise of TDF.
I was relieved when I saw how old the articles were but I never found
anything to refute them with any more current dates. Off and on there are
some citations still pretty negative, but never a positive comment (that I
could uncover anyway).
Newsgroups are great places to get assistance.
But always verify important information with
other sources to be certain you have a clear
understanding of it and that it is accurate.
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