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I'm giving as much time as I can to supporting KOffice. With the impending release of version 2.0.0, KOffice is beginning to shape up a a main contender in the office software field.

The new site has been discussed on the KOffice mailing list and mentioned on the KOffice news page. It's even starting to look cosmopolitan. The home page is koffice.wikidot.com

Willing hands welcome.

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