“I do think that the core principles of open source can be helpful far outside the realm of software development.”
Column mentions Hyperic’s choice of license without saying what it is. They use GPL.
“OpenDocument and MathML are now native format; OpenDocument is now the default file format, and most of the standard is now supported”
I think the number of features argument is vastly overrated but I do think that having absolutely perfect printing on multiple platforms will be the thing that makes or breaks Office 2.0 in the short term.
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