Well, long and short of is this
- the DOD Software Security Initiative has sponsored via the AFRL/RY
ATSPI Office at Wright Patterson AFB a project called LSI.
This is a hardened version of Linux with a couple of "cleared"
applications. Two versions of LSI is available, one for internal DOD
personnel and the other the general public,
OO.o 3.1.1 is one of the included applications.
So - anyone have a contact within the DOD, particularly the Air Force
Research Labs at Wright Patterson? It seems worth an email to see what
it would take to get LibreOffice looked at for a replacement.
There is a contact email address from the ATSPI main web site otherwise.
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