On Fri, 2011-02-04 at 09:14 -0800, C. Olofson wrote:
Congratulations to The Document Foundation on the successful launch of a
great project and community.
Marius Nestor, at Softpedia, dropped this little gem into the intro of a
post announcing the availability of the second alpha for Ubuntu's 11.04...
What's new in Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2? Well, lots of things are new in
this second Alpha release of the upcoming Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal)
operating system, but the most important change is that the old
OpenOffice.org 3.2 office suite from Oracle has been finally replaced
with the new and lightweight LibreOffice 3.3 open source office suite
from The Document Foundation.
"...most important... new... lightweight.. The Document Foundation..."
Good stuff indeed - thanks for pointing it out - I believe there is a
spot on the wiki where folks are keeping list of these articles, or
perhaps it is Italo (TDF Marketing Manager) doing so another way -
either way - I'm sure the link will make it onto the list.
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