Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th May 2012 21:05 UTC, submitted by Francis
Features, Office "The Apache OpenOffice Project today announced the availability of Apache OpenOffice 3.4, the first release of OpenOffice under the governance of the Apache Software Foundation." I don't think OpenOffice could have ended up in a better foster home.
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" Except that Fedora is a testbed for RHEL, not the other way around.

That statement needs to die a trillion death. Fedora is the base for RHEL much like Debian unstable was or still is the base for Ubuntu

So... it needs to die a trillion deaths because it's wrong in such a subtle way that I can't tell the difference between what I said and what you said even with you pointing out its existence?

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Never mind. I must've still been waking up.

I'm assuming the distinction you're referring to is that it's wrong to call a beta version a "testbed" for the release that will result from it?

I'm not really sure I agree, but I see your point.

(RHEL and Ubuntu aren't merely Fedora and Debian Unstable debugged, so one could argue that, from a certain perspective, they're testbeds. RHEL and Ubuntu let the Fedora and Debian Unstable guys act as guinea pigs and then take what they like.)

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