Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-06 Thread Ian
On Sat, 2010-11-06 at 00:09 +, jonathon wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 11/04/2010 10:32 PM, Ian wrote: Ask how many 15 year olds have drafted an essay on their cell phone. The primary demographic that writes 携帯小説 (keitai shousetsu) is believed to be

[tdf-discuss] Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-05 Thread thealmightyspace...@gmail.com
Forwarding, because my Desire has no idea what a reply-to address is :p -Damien Ellis (sent from my HTC Desire) - Reply message - From: thealmightyspace...@gmail.com thealmightyspace...@gmail.com Date: Fri, Nov 5, 2010 12:56 pm Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build To: Ian

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-05 Thread Olivier Hallot
Em 04-11-2010 17:31, e-letter escreveu: In terms of priorities, making LO the default for mobile (e.g. android) is more important than windoze. Wrong as of today. Windows counts of more than 95% of LO/OOo use. See download stats in OOo portal. Maybe in some future for mobiles. Much has

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-05 Thread Michel Gagnon
Le 2010-11-05 05:10, Ian a écrit : On Fri, 2010-11-05 at 07:52 +, e-letter wrote: LO is never going to overcome m$ products on their own platform(s). Agreed, by the time there is any chance of this the world will have moved to a different platform. In one way it already has since ARM based

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-05 Thread Charles Marcus
On 2010-11-05 10:59 AM, Michel Gagnon wrote: As for becoming useful on the phone, I think the cell-phone platform limits a lot the editing functions available. One possibility would be to have a no-frills word processor that would remember all image and style information, yet allow the

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-05 Thread Simos Xenitellis
On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 5:04 PM, Charles Marcus cmar...@media-brokers.comwrote: On 2010-11-05 10:59 AM, Michel Gagnon wrote: As for becoming useful on the phone, I think the cell-phone platform limits a lot the editing functions available. One possibility would be to have a no-frills word

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-05 Thread Peter Rodwell
Quoting Simos Xenitellis: Per mailing list etiquette, it's better to start a new thread to discuss mobile LibO. This thread is about what needs to be done to get native Win64 LibO, and how to find developers to join the effort. It has beceom a thread on mobile LibO by default. We've been told

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-05 Thread Peter Rodwell
Quoting Simos Xenitellis: Per mailing list etiquette, it's better to start a new thread to discuss mobile LibO. This thread is about what needs to be done to get native Win64 LibO, and how to find developers to join the effort. It has evolved into a thread on mobile LO by default. We've been

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-04 Thread Steven Shelton
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 11/4/2010 3:31 PM, e-letter wrote: In terms of priorities, making LO the default for mobile (e.g. android) is more important than windoze. Really? Because I can't recall the last time I drafted a legal brief on my cell phone. - -- Steven

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-04 Thread Peter Rodwell
Quoting e-letter: In terms of priorities, making LO the default for mobile (e.g. android) is more important than windoze. That's certainly a novel approach: giving 90% of computer users lower priority so that 1% of users can prepare presentations on their cell phones. Bound to be a wild

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-04 Thread T. J. Brumfield
In all fairness, Android tablets could become a large emerging market, but Windows is still by far the predominant market. On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 3:34 PM, Peter Rodwell pe...@intorg.org wrote: Quoting e-letter: In terms of priorities, making LO the default for mobile (e.g. android) is more

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-04 Thread Peter Rodwell
Quoting T. J. Brumfield: In all fairness, Android tablets could become a large emerging market, but Windows is still by far the predominant market. But how many people will use them for heavy-duty word processing, spreadsheeting and presenting? LO/OO is a heavy-duty package for heavy-duty

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-04 Thread T. J. Brumfield
I'm agreeing with you that Windows is the dominant market and should be treated as such. However, in developing countries Android tablets may be the most accessible and affordable computing platform of the future. It shouldn't be ignored. I'd contend the priority should be on the primary

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-04 Thread Robert Derman
e-letter wrote: In terms of priorities, making LO the default for mobile (e.g. android) is more important than windoze. How quickly things change in the world of electronics. It wasn't that long ago, that phones were one thing, and computers quite another. -- Unsubscribe instructions:

Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: x86_64 Windows build

2010-11-04 Thread Robert Derman
Robert Derman wrote: Peter Rodwell wrote: Quoting T. J. Brumfield: However, in developing countries Android tablets may be the most accessible and affordable computing platform of the future. It shouldn't be ignored. Agreed -- it certainly shouldn't be ignored, I just think that giving it