Are you really so convinced that LibreOffice developers are incapable of change?
SUSE's LibreOffice team moves to Collabora
Posted Sep 4, 2013 14:01 UTC (Wed) by ThinkRob (subscriber, #64513)
I think he may be more convinced that this isn't much of a change for "LibreOffice developers" in the broad sense (although it obviously is for a small portion of them). Remember: LibreOffice isn't a single company's pet project like it was in the Sun days.
Posted Sep 4, 2013 14:36 UTC (Wed) by ovitters (subscriber, #27950)
Collabory is a profitable company. The LibreOffice business is profitable. Your assertions that there somehow is some fear/uncertainty is FUD.
Full disclosure: rcweir is a known AOO advocate who always complains about LibreOffice, mostly using weird logic and false statements.
Posted Sep 5, 2013 6:39 UTC (Thu) by ingwa (guest, #71149)
rcweir is a known AOO advocate who always complains about LibreOffice
This part is true.
mostly using weird logic and false statements
This part is false. I have never seen a real falsehood from Rob when it comes to figures or facts. I have seen some speculation on the motivation of people's actions but that is just as rampant on the other side.
Posted Sep 8, 2013 11:31 UTC (Sun) by Wol (guest, #4433)
Personally, I just wish Rob and the AOO crew would follow the LibreOffice example and just IGNORE the opposition, rather than picking fights.
If I wanted to know about AOO I would follow it. I don't want AOO guys filling the LO forums with AOO rubbish.
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