Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Sep 2006 20:12 UTC, submitted by thabrain
Features, Office Based on information discussed at the OOoCON conference in Lyon, OpenOffice starting with version 2.0.4 may include Firefox-like extensions. Also on the board is to incorporate the use of Mozilla Sunbird and Thunderbird into the OOo suite, connectors for Sun Calendaring and Microsoft Exchange support, and even an eventual redesign of OpenOffice 3.0 to run on top of Eclipse, Netbeans or Mozilla's XUL.
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RE[4]: Speed really is an issue
by mormon on Fri 22nd Sep 2006 15:14 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Speed really is an issue"
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You're wrong. There are no hidden functions in Windows that MS Office developers can use. That's a myth for lazy developers. Linux, X has open specification so why OO is even slower than in Windows. Try find somewhere StarOffice 4.0 and run it. It is faster on Linux, Windows, MacOS, OS/2 than MS Office. Sun bougth StarOffice and made it slow and resource hog. That is the truth.

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