On Sat, 2011-04-16 at 17:46 +0200, Italo Vignoli wrote:
On 04/16/2011 04:17 PM, drew wrote:
Sorry double post - but if I'm not mistaken there where some stats
released recently - I think it was 1.5 million total downloads, I'd
forgotten about that in the last email.
Yes, the figure is very low,
Really - I don't consider that low.
Linux was the base, IMO, and that was won straight away. That group is
not going to give us a huge number of downloads as they tend to get it
via the distro's.
especially in Europe (exactly the opposite
from OOo). I suppose that the trend will change after the announcement
from Oracle. but the switch will be slow.
Oh, did Oracle say something interesting recently?
*chuckle*...oh you mean that little press release about it dropping
commercial support for OO.o and moving it to a community based project.
Interesting stuff for sure.
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