"In a statement, Italio Vignoli, a member of the Document
Foundation's steering committee, told me, from a statement that
will be issued publicly shortly, that 'By donating OpenOffice.org
(OOo) assets to the Apache Foundation, Oracle is missing the
opportunity to re-unite the OOo community governance. This is
unfortunate, since the differences between the Apache License and
the LGPLv3+/MPL do not allow to include in OOo the last eight
months of rich innovation from LibreOffice's volunteers and
contributors. In addition, OOo is also requiring many pieces of
code to function that are not compatible with Apache's licensing
philosophy, and will have to be dropped or rewritten.'
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