On 2013-02-04, 19:52 GMT, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
It's an outdated article and not much relevant to the current
discussion (you see, it says "the Symphony repository"...).
The Symphony code is like everything else in this respect: all
Symphony code that OpenOffice will choose to use will sooner or later
go to trunk and into a release, receiving the same paranoid attention
as the rest and a crystal clear license notice (the Apache 2 License
in this case) allowing anybody to use it.
And then (and only then) there will be something released from IBM to
the public. Until then my comment https://lwn.net/Articles/533402/
stands and the discussion on that webpage is still pretty relevant.