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From Christian Lippka>
Subject Re: Some more strange files in the OOo code
Date Tue, 21 Jun 2011 22:30:34 GMT
As a developer I think we can learn a lot from the LO people in terms of 
a user feeling. I think a mistake from OOo was to actually spend more 
time coding
and less time community building.

Am 22.06.2011 00:20, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
> Hi Mathias,
> On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 11:49 PM, Mathias Bauer<>  wrote:
>> On 21.06.2011 23:01, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
>>> On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 10:07 PM, Mathias Bauer<>
>>>   wrote:
>>>> [...]
>>>> Not really. It's mainly about the shrinking of the LO Windows download
>>>> size
>>>> (that BTW still is bigger than the download size of OOo).
>>> But includes *all* languages, as opposed to one single language.
>>> (it doesn't include help though, that is in an extra package, if not
>>> installed you'll get the help online in your browser).
>>> So don't start comparing apples and oranges.
>> <sigh>  I was not the one who started that nonsense discussion.</sigh>
> But you were the one who made that nonsense statement. Live with it.
>> And I still fail to see how that related to performance.
> It is not. Only thing that is related to size is the amount of data
> needed to read from disk and how much memory that useless data uses.
> But no, I don't know whether that accounts to performance at all, and
> as I'm not using windows myself, I don't care either. Or otherwise
> put: No idea whether the windows9x compatibility stuff that was
> removed for example was ifdef 0 ed already, or whether it ended up in
> the compiled result..
> But just because the one thing doesn't have anything to do with the
> other, doesn't make that other part irrelevant.
> All I asked for is to not compare apples with oranges. Not more, not less.
> So many b*t is written and picked up by others, so don't start it here.
>> Can we now go back to real work again?
> Well, consider me as observer only/ignore me, I surely won't hinder
> you from doing your work. But I surely won't just accept any nonsense
> written here without commenting.
> (as for performance: I myself didn't bother to compare for myself, but
> users report that LO feels faster for them, so they are happy, and
> that's what counts in the end)
> ciao
> Christian

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