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.
The Document Foundation has announced the release of LibreOffice 3.5.3, the fourth release of the 3.5 branch.
Sixteen months after it was set up, the The Document Foundation has released version 3.5 of LibreOffice.
IBM will actively support the revamped OpenOffice.org project following its move to the Apache Software Foundation.
When will Oracle rub up the folk who contribute to MySQL the wrong way? That's the only open source project left, which Oracle inherited as part of its deal with Sun and has yet to antagonise.
Michael Pope is a pragmatic person by nature - a developer who, before he sets out on a task, takes sufficient care to create a soft-landing in case it is needed.
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