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LibreOffice

I'll switch right away
37% (213 votes)
I'll probably switch
26% (150 votes)
I'd like to test it
23% (133 votes)
I'll look at screenshots
8% (48 votes)
I ain't interested at all
5% (28 votes)
Total votes: 572

Survey needed another option

Survey needed another option - don't care because I have already switched to the cloud.

re: another option

them thar's fightin' words 'ombre! Cowboy

openoffice

openoffice development is still the same. less than 1% of the devs left. I just built dev300m92 snapshot. This is all bad propaganda against Oracle.

libre office is based on 3.3 RCs
openoffice development is at 3.4 now with so many improvements. It's insane to go back to using the 3.3 branch...

I've already switched.

I've already switched. OpenOffice.org? Never heard of it. Oracle already closed that door.

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