Apache OpenOffice (@ApacheOO)

If @tdforg is serious about working together, then they could start by allowing @ApacheOO the same benefit which they constantly and consistently take advantage of: using contributions in one project that were originally destined to the other. Encourage Dual license commits!


That’s a pretty fucking unpermissive attitude from a project built around a permissive license. Like, if you’re salty about other people using your code, why put it under a completely unrestricted license?

I don’t know the codebases but at this point are they still similar enough that LibreOffice patches could be used in OpenOffice?

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