So we need a foundation to oversee the developement of OO? How would that
I think that OO's problem is simply that it's too huge, too complex and too
old. The developement seems glacial because the codebase is gigantic. It
never ceases to amaze me how Koffice-team can create a similar suite of
apps, while having maybe 5% of the resource OO has at its disposal.
Hell, maybe it would make sense to drop OO and focus on Koffice instead?
Yes, it's related to KDE, but is that a bad thing? Sure, GNOME-users (for
example) would have to run "alien" libraries on their system in order to
use it. But how is that different when compared to OO? At least Koffice
would be a native app for sizable chunk of users (KDE-users), as opposed to
being an alien app for just about everyone.