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Re: [vox] StarOffice 6 sighting



I was under the impression that it did.  But after you posed the question
I went and re-read the historial/faq info at openoffice.org and I guess I
originally misread something about the way the code is distributed that
confused me.  I guess I made that up.

Sorry,
Dave

On Mon, 10 Jun 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> begin David Margolis <margolid@ecs.csus.edu>
> > suggested retail is $75.95.  i can't imagine borders is so benevolent that
> > it would sell it for any less.
> >
> > there is always openoffice.
> >
> > i can't decide how much or to what extent i like sun anyway.  i think java
> > is pretty cool, but i understand how it conflicts with gnu/linux
> > philosophically.
> >
> > is it better to use openoffice for free and directly support free
> > software, or purcharse star office and make a financial contribution that
> > will tickle down to the developers of openoffice.
>
> does staroffice sales trickle down to openoffice developers?
>
> pete
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