Re: Libre Office Development Compared to OpenOffice Development

2016-01-16 Thread FR web forum
>but you need to innovate
What kind of innovating did you talking about?
If you have some ideas, you can propose to Bugzilla as feature or enhancement.

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Re: Libre Office Development Compared to OpenOffice Development

2016-01-16 Thread donaldupre .
Hard to see that happens as MS is a sponsor of ASF... :
http://www.apache.org/foundation/thanks.html

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> open source needs to take the innovation prize away from MS.
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Re: Libre Office Development Compared to OpenOffice Development

2016-01-15 Thread Chuck Davis
In my experience, OpenOffice is still a much superior user experience
over Libre.  I hope they don't tinker too much and destroy the
benefits by copying Excel/Word like Libre has done.  But I agree that
open source needs to take the innovation prize away from MS.

On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 6:20 PM, Ryan  wrote:
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> OpenOffice has fallen way behind Libre Office. I understand that developers 
> are flocking to Libre but the most likely reason is, your lack of innovation. 
> I understand that it is an open source software, but you need to innovate and 
> bring attention that your selves. I would appreciate if Apache would put much 
> more effort into OpenOffice with, updates and patches and become the most 
> innovative open source software again.

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Libre Office Development Compared to OpenOffice Development

2016-01-15 Thread Ryan


Sent from Mail for Windows 10
OpenOffice has fallen way behind Libre Office. I understand that developers are 
flocking to Libre but the most likely reason is, your lack of innovation. I 
understand that it is an open source software, but you need to innovate and 
bring attention that your selves. I would appreciate if Apache would put much 
more effort into OpenOffice with, updates and patches and become the most 
innovative open source software again.