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    Default Oracle Open Office 3.3 Released Too

    Phoronix: Oracle Open Office 3.3 Released Too

    Oracle is evidently trying to end out the year with an open-source bang as it releases frequent VirtualBox 4.0 betas, they just pushed out the long-awaited MySQL 5.5, and they have now released Oracle Open Office 3.3. At the same time, they have also introduced Oracle Cloud Office...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODkxOA

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    Hmm, I don't see 3.3.0 download from their site. RC7 is latest with a note that RC8 is coming soon. 3.2.1 is the latest stable.

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    I don't trust the cloud.And especially not when it is from Oracle. My own data better stays in my hands than in Larry's.

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    RC8 is available since 14th.

    ftp://ftp-stud.fht-esslingen.de/pub/...nded/3.3.0rc8/

    But i see no final.

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    the feature set looks nice.

    May this be a cause of the new competition?

    i wonder how they're developing it so fast with less developers...

    Its a pity that Oracle could not work something out with the devs, but who knows, this might turn out for the better.

    We'll just have to wait and see..

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    Article is about Oracle Open Office not OpenOffice.org.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madjr View Post
    the feature set looks nice.

    May this be a cause of the new competition?

    i wonder how they're developing it so fast with less developers...

    Its a pity that Oracle could not work something out with the devs, but who knows, this might turn out for the better.

    We'll just have to wait and see..
    I thought most of the people that split of to form LibreOffice were mostly people involved with OO.o with such things as marketing, translations but not actual developers. Besides that the overwhelming majority of OO.o programmers are paid full time employees of Oracle, who obviously continued to work on OO.o and didn't switch over to LO.

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    So noone knows what about this 3.3.0 release? The whole news is mainly to announce release of something that actually hasn't been released. Nice :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by treat View Post
    Article is about Oracle Open Office not OpenOffice.org.
    Just noticed this post. So this Oracle Open Office is a direct continuation of StarOffice. Name is a little bit misleading.

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    This is the version that brings full Qt4 integration, right?

    I've been looking forward to it, but I'll probably wait for the LibreOffice variant.

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