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Op do 7 okt. 2021 15:51 schreef pieter <>:

In het toonaangevende Phoronix lees ik dat AOO weer eens gerelased heeft

Ik lees:

...mandates for using ISO/IEC standard Open Document Format (ODF) files."

Frankly though Apache OpenOffice remains an embarrassment and should
have been sunset by now and so the ASF can focus their finite
resources on the many other interesting and worthwhile projects under
their umbrella. Additionally, as to not divert further resources and
fragmentation from LibreOffice that remains the most viable
open-source, cross-platform office suite alternative to Microsoft
Office. LibreOffice has far surpassed the point of where OpenOffice is
at and is seeing far more development activity as well as adoption by
the Linux distributions, etc. LibreOffice continues enjoying
compelling new releases, VCL plug-ins for new interfaces, adopted Skia
and Vulkan support, better Microsoft Office document format
compatibility, and countless other features in recent years.

Meanwhile with today's Apache OpenOffice...
Ik denk niet dat Michael Larabel, die Phoronix schrijft de enige is die
er zo over denkt...

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