I read it too and was impressed that nobody needs the "advantages".
I started a new job (where they have excel of course) and got so annoyed by the things excel was doing I installed AOO to get my work done. CD On Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 7:08 AM, Απόστολος Συρόπουλος < asyropoulos...@hotmail.com> wrote: > > > > Joerg Schmidt shared an interesting whitepaper from Microsoft "White > > Paper: OpenOffice / LibreOffice Evaluation Criteria" on the dev-de list. > > > > I found it interesting and thought it can be of interest for others here > > as well. > > > > Juergen > > > > > > http://www.whymicrosoft.com/see-why/openoffice-evaluation-criteria/ > > > > I have read the white paper (why it is called white is another story) and I > think that it is the usual market nonsense. Microsoft is loosing money and > they want to find a way to get their former customers back. An interesting > comment included in this "white" paper is the following one: > > Microsoft Office 2010 boosts Indian IT firm's productivity by 30 percent. > > I just wonder how the prodictivity of an IT company is increased by using > a word processor or a lousy database? > > A.S. > -- > Apostolos Syropoulos > Xanthi, Greece > >