It’s been a little over a year since Oracle decided to be a meanie regarding OpenOffice.org, which resulted in the forking of the project.
LibreOffice was born.
By: Fahmida Y. Rashid @ eWeek
The Document Foundation marks the first anniversary of the day developers broke away from Oracle-controlled OpenOffice.org to launch the LibreOffice office productivity suite.
A year after forking the OpenOffice.org project to create a community-driven office productivity suite, The Document Foundation estimated that LibreOffice has 25 million users worldwide.
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I’m still hoping that OpenOffice and LibreOffice will merge once again and become a viable competitor for MS Office.