Home > OS/2 and eComStation > OpenOffice.org 3.2 Released for eComStationOpenOffice.org 3.2 Released for eComStation Submitted by martini Thom Holwerda 2010-10-31 OS/2 and eComStation 5 CommentsMensys has announced the availability of OpenOffice.org 3.2 for active eComStation subscribers. It is offered in several languages like English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Dutch and Russian. About The Author Thom HolwerdaFollow me on Twitter @thomholwerda 5 Comments OSGuy 2010-10-31 9:12 pm EST It’s been a while since eCS 2.0 has been released but there is still not a demo CD of 2.0.Edited 2010-10-31 21:14 UTC zizban 2010-10-31 10:01 pm EST There hasn’t been a demo of eCS since the 1.1 days. e-co 2010-11-01 2:37 pm EST Here is the collection of clips about eComStation:http://ecomstation.tv/Some screenshots:http://ecomstation.tv/gallery/ poundsmack 2010-11-01 3:30 pm EST very good times. I love that eComStation is still going. Though to be honest I have no idea how they are managing to stay in the positive cash flow, or how Serenity systems stays economically viable. e-co 2010-11-01 6:08 pm EST Here is the answer:1) eComStation = Open Source software from Linux + easy to configure + standard simple user interface. So it beats Windows and Linux.2) eComStation community of users is strong as Macintosh community or BeOS community. The users continue invest money into the developers of shareware applications and porters of software from Linux. Interesting interviews: http://en.ecomstation.ru/community/?action=interviews3)eComStation is used in many solutions:http://en.ecomstation.ru/solutions/?action=solutionsThis companies are upgrading IBM OS/2 Warp UP to eComStation 2.0.