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KDE "The KDE community today announces the start of the Calligra Suite project, a continuation of the KOffice project. The new name reflects the wider value of the KOffice technology platform beyond just desktop office applications. With a new name for the Suite and new names for the productivity applications, the Calligra community welcomes a new stage in the development of free productivity and creativity applications for desktop and mobile devices."
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RE[4]: Gut so!
by Neolander on Wed 8th Dec 2010 08:47 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Gut so!"
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Yes Nokia has a fair proportion of the mobile phone market, but not the smartphone market. At this time, the smartphone market (on which a freedom software Office suite for mobiles and handsets might conceivably run) is occupied almost exclusively occupied by iPhone and Android.

Highly debatable. It depends on what you call a smartphone (most people define it simply as a phone for which one may code native applications).

Considering screen and keyboard size, a mobile office suite is basically only useable to open mail attachments and do some quick edits on them. On symbian, QuickOffice already does just that. It would really be cool to see a free, non-commercial replacement.

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