Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 18th Oct 2010 21:56 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Features, Office "A group of key contributors and community members recently decided to fork the project and establish The Document Foundation in order to drive forward community-driven development of the open source office suite. Oracle has responded to the move by asking several members of TDF to step down from their positions as representatives on the OOo community council."
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RE: What about koffice ?
by tyrione on Tue 19th Oct 2010 06:17 UTC in reply to "What about koffice ?"
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The Document Foundation should dump the mess that is OpenOffice, and put some resources into koffice.

No thanks.

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RE[2]: What about koffice ?
by flanque on Tue 19th Oct 2010 10:07 in reply to "RE: What about koffice ?"
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I cannot believe it, I actually agree with you.

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RE[3]: What about koffice ?
by sorpigal on Tue 19th Oct 2010 11:34 in reply to "RE[2]: What about koffice ?"
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It's not hard to believe that koffice is still not stable or complete.

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RE[2]: What about koffice ?
by segedunum on Wed 20th Oct 2010 12:57 in reply to "RE: What about koffice ?"
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You might not like it but given the resources and LOC pumped into OpenOffice and you look at where it is versus KOffice, the question has to be asked.

The frameworks like UNO that have been shoehorned into OpenOffice to try and make it cross-platform are absolutely jaw dropping. I still maintain that using a cross-platform toolkit like Qt is a far better option than chucking cross-platform frameworks into your application as you come across them.

OpenOffice isn't even functionally comparable to KOffice either because KOffice has applications like Kexi, Kivio, KPlato and Krita.

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