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LibreOffice and OpenOffice clash over user numbers (OStatic)

LibreOffice and OpenOffice clash over user numbers (OStatic)

Posted Nov 7, 2012 18:09 UTC (Wed) by Wol (guest, #4433)
In reply to: LibreOffice and OpenOffice clash over user numbers (OStatic) by rcweir
Parent article: LibreOffice and OpenOffice clash over user numbers (OStatic)

What strategy of attacking Oracle? Which I haven't noticed (I must admit I haven't been looking, but it hasn't jumped out at me).

I am aware of a lot of things that people aren't happy about with Oracle, but as far as I'm aware they're justified.

The Open Source community isn't happy with copyright assignments ...

What's this about Oracle sueing Google over an API!

Oracle have a reputation for price-gouging ...

Imho their database isn't called Snoracle for nothing ... (imho, ALL relational databases are, by necessity, inefficient and slow! :-)

etc etc.

As I say, I haven't noticed (haven't looked for) any Oracle-bashing by LO, but can you point me to anything that is not justifiable?

Cheers,
Wol


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