The OpenOffice project has raised the possibility that it could shutter its doors, with Dennis Hamilton, the vice-president of the group that runs it now, having opened a discussion recently on how retirement of the project would look like.
The Apache Software Foundation has not yet fixed a five-month-old bug in the office suite Apache OpenOffice, despite the fact that it opens an user to an easily exploitable situation.
Last year, when Australia went to the polls, one of the major promises held out by the Labor Party - which ultimately returned to government after 11 years - was the provision of computers to school-children, one for each child in grades 9 to 12.
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