> This is not true, Apache was given the code by Oracle. True, but IIRC this only happened after main developers left the project, huge companies (Google, Novell) have pledged support for LibreOffice and the community itself gave support to LibreOffice. Only then Oracle realised that it was left almost completely alone with OO and decied to pass the project to Apache. And I don't want to FUD anyone - I only want to remind how things were *two years ago*. Since then I have not used OO, so perhaps should not make statemetnts about it. Anyway Uwe, advice to try out both and choose the one you like is reasonable. Janek > Apache is a great > place for a project, they have many. AOO just graduated to become a > full fledged project after a careful, and time consuming, code review, > incubator status. > > snip > > >I think that most of major distros replaced OpenOffice with LibreOffice > > quite a while ago. > > True > > > > Hello > > > > > > I am running Kubuntu 10.04 with trinity. > > > I have seen that Tim sent a patch to libreoffice to make it > > > work with trinity. What is the state of art of this patch. > > > > > > What is more recommendable, in question of stability, to use > > > openoffice 3.4.1 or > > > libreoffice 3.6.3 > > I prefer AOO, Libreoffice has broken a feature that I rely upon. Both > run fine on TDE, not sure what 'integration' offers me as a user. > > I say try them both, try not to believe the FUD, fwiw, AOO has the > Apache2 license, LO is GPL, this may be the reason for the FUD.