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Until OO.o stops lumbering along with a UI from the 90's, not very. Apple's iWork has probably made more inroads to MS Office in the past couple of years than OO.o has in the past five.
on October 09, 2007 at 04:31 PM JST
Ballmer disagrees: "Our battle is product to product, Windows versus Linux, Office versus OpenOffice."
on October 09, 2007 at 05:18 PM JST
Wonderful article. My fear, with regards to reaching a tipping point, is that every time we come close, MS comes out with some new hurdle. OO.o was working beautifully for me, then I started getting documents in OOXML format (which, by the way, I did unpack manually, and it's a total mess of directory structure in a zipped archive). And to add to it, from what I've heard, MS is taking over their Automatic Update infrastructure so fully that when they figure out a way to put up a new hurdle, they can magically \*poof\* it out to every machine they want...
on October 10, 2007 at 04:55 AM JST
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