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Mad Penguin: Java in OpenOffice.org: Proprietary Trap or Creative Commons?

Apr 28, 2005, 13:45 (31 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Christian Einfeldt)

[ Thanks to SilentBob4 for this link. ]

"No article or series of articles could cover anything as big as the OOo 2.0 release, and this article won't try. Instead, this article is going to look at one narrow theme, albeit an important one: The increased role that Java plays in this new OOo 2.0 release.

"The debate about this issue has been well summarized in a 2005/3/28 NewsForge article by Bruce Byfield, who is a regular contributor to the on-line NewsForge magazine and a power-user of OpenOffice.org, so there is no reason to repeat Bruce's good work here. Also, the OpenOffice.org discuss list archives are easily available to read, and a nice thread of only 28 posts supplements Bruce's article with some community voices on the topic..."

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