LibreOffice: Is Open Source Software Suite Here to Stay?
Jan 07, 2012, 07:02 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Christopher Tozzi)
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"All the same, it seems to me that it's a bit too early to
affirm that the future of open source office software lies squarely
in LibreOffice. While the situation seems pretty settled and stable
right now, I wouldn't be surprised if OpenOffice emerges resurgent
to become a major LibreOffice competitor, upsetting the consensus
that the community now enjoys on this front.
"And that could potentially be a pretty bad thing for users of
open source software. Traditionally, OpenOffice was one of the
poster children of the open source world. Its rich features, lively
development and impressive market share proved that open source
projects could produce commercial quality software."
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