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On 01/30/2013 07:44 AM, Jaroslav Reznik wrote:
= Features/ApacheOpenOffice =
Feature owner(s): Andrea Pescetti <pescetti(a)apache.org>
Add Apache OpenOffice, the free productivity suite, to Fedora.
== Detailed description == Apache OpenOffice (formerly
) is the the leading free and open- source office
Donated by Oracle to the Apache Software Foundation in 2011, it is
now developed and supported by a thriving community; it graduated
from the Apache Incubator in October 2012 and it is now an Apache
Two new versions, 3.4.0 and 3.4.1, were released in the last 8
months and a major update, 4.0, is in the works and scheduled for
April 2012. Versions 3.4.0 and 3.4.1 totalled 35 million downloads
so far (not counting mirrors).
To be clear, this proposal is about merely adding Apache
OpenOffice: it doesn't affect existing office suites included in
Fedora and it doesn't require that Apache OpenOffice is made the
default office suite in Fedora.
Given that OpenOffice and LibreOffice share a common history (and not
that far back), are there going to be any efforts made to allow them
to be parallel-installable on the system, or will they be
fully-fledged Conflicts: packages?
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