"Google plans to hire programmers to improve OpenOffice.org, a
demonstration of its affinity for open source initiatives and one
the company believes also shows sound practical sense.
"Now Google believes it can help OpenOffice--perhaps working to
pare down the software's memory requirements or its mammoth 80MB
download size, said Chris DiBona, manager for open-source programs
at the search company..."
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