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On 23/02/2011 Nino Novak wrote:
As LibO is a downstream derivate of OOo, apparently any feature from
OOo makes or can make it into LibO (unless removed by the LibO devs
for some reason - is there any???)

Existing features that have been removed, deprecated or
are rumored to be removed soon from LibreOffice according to posts in
the developers' list include: exporting into some formats; updating
dictionaries as extensions; inserting and playing videos through the
embedded media player; macro recorder.

but LibO-specific features do mostly *not* flow back into OOo 
(obviously for Licensing reasons).

To be really nitpicking, the license itself would allow it; it's the policy that forbids it.

(Are there any exceptions? Is there 
a developer who wants his code go into OOo, too?)

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