Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 14th May 2006 14:56 UTC, submitted by Andy Updegrove
Features, Office After interviewing members of Koffice's team, Updegrove now interviews's team. "Today, it's the turn of OpenOffice - the other well-known open source implementation of ODF, and the most implemented of all software packages that support ODF. The interview that follows is with Louis Suarez-Pots, OpenOffice's Community Manager, and John McCreesh, Marketing co-lead."
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Desktop apps slowness is in not permanently connected to Linux.
As an excercise download a trial version of TextMaker for linux, a featurefull commercial wordprocessor. It was written from scratch with linux in mind and it shows. Is starts up almost instantly ,and this from coldstart!

I know a several examples of QT based commercial apps that leave even their KDE equivalents in the dust.
I've no idea how did they achieve that.

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