A Diatribe Against OpenOffice, But What's the Real Agenda?
Dec 31, 2008, 07:04 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sam Dean)
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"Matt correctly points out that most big open source projects
move along thanks to a small, core group of committers, but,
whether Novell's Meeks is right or wrong here, I get the strong
sense that he has an agenda that may not be apparent at first
"The key thing to notice about Meeks' diatribe against
OpenOffice comes at the very end of his long, well-supported,
graphical essay. I don't disagree with his basic argument about how
Sun could pay more attention to the first word in OpenOffice
(open), but this is what Meeks delivers at the essay's end:"