Lotus Symphony realigns with Apache OpenOfficeMay 18, 2012, 06:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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Now that Apache OpenOffice 3.4 has been released, IBM has begun to take formal steps to re-integrate its Lotus Symphony fork of OpenOffice.org back into the OpenOffice mainline.
These steps officially mark the end of the five-year lifespan for Lotus Symphony.
Donald Harbinson, Program Director for Open Standards/Open Source at IBM, noted the official beginning of the transition on the [ooo-devel] mailing list on Tuesday.
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