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From Guy Waterval <waterval....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: 80 million downloads
Date Sun, 01 Dec 2013 12:43:12 GMT
Hi Hagar,


2013/12/1 Hagar Delest <hagar.delest@laposte.net>

> Le 30/11/2013 23:15, Rob Weir a écrit :
>
>  In any case, the thing to keep in mind is that we are in no way
>> diminished if someone decides to use LibreOffice.   We should feel
>> good whenever anyone uses our code, whether in the original Apache
>> OpenOffice or whether in the winPenPack verison, the BSD port, the
>> OS/2 port, the Solaris port or in LibreOffice fork.  It is all good.
>>
>
> The problem is that they tend to diminish the work done by AOO.
> It's like a hold-up...
> The end user only see what's on the splash screen and how the icons look
> like in his file explorer. So less and less visibility will equal the death
> of AOO in users mind.


 Yes, but doing so, they also discredit themselves and show clearly their
incoherences.
Difficult to be considered as serious when you announce the dead of a
projetct and after some months you recognize that you reuse massively  its
code.

A+
-- 
gw

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