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Discordant Notes Surround IBM’s Symphony Move

July 19, 2011 No Comments

While LibreOffice continues to move forward, “OO just hit another oh-oh — they have to see what, if any, code they can use from Symphony,” noted Slashdot blogger Barbara Hudson. “More delays, when they’re already behind. Yes, people are saying that the code donation by IBM was a sop to Oracle, and that may well be, but the net effect is to drop a boat anchor right through the hull of a becalmed ship.”

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