adoptapet wrote:http://www.upubuntu.com/2012/05/how-to- ... 4-via.html
xenopeek wrote:What would be the compelling argument for Linux Mint to include OpenOffice?
zelmani wrote:On the other hand: do you have a good reason for not providing the users with the choice to install the Office system that best fits their needs?
xenopeek wrote:And are cell borders really a compelling argument for most average users to want OpenOffice?
adoptapet wrote:Thanks, everyone, for your kind replies and experiences. Yes, freedom a very important element for lives, professional or personal. So, like you, I hope that this link continues to be a workable solution for those who prefer Apache OpenOffice.org. The reasons that developers chose LibreOffice over Apache OpenOffice.org must have been rational to them, so it is important to respect their decisions. However, let us hope that this channel for downloading and installing Apache OpenOffice.org is never closed!
xenopeek wrote:Oracle revoked the license which allowed operating system developers to include or distribute Oracle's software, that surely also played a major role.
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