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From Yong Lin Ma <>
Subject Re: New home for OpenOffice instead of Apache?
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 03:26:37 GMT
>From my own perspective, ASF is a good place for OpenOffice. At least
much better than
a business company. ASF has a long history and proved himself for
hosting such a project.

I see you experienced some user data lost problems when
migrating/upgrading OpenOffice.
You can either report issues or seek some tips in user forums about
migrating user data.

AOO 3.4 is coming out, you may give a try. You may not a coder. But
you can think about how
to share your migration experience with others if you like.

On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 10:19 AM, imacat <> wrote:
> On 2012/03/02 02:31, Rob Weir said:
>> On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 12:56 PM, Super User <> wrote:
>>> If everything I am hearing about what is happening to OO is wrong, I would
>>> like to hear this, too.
>> Maybe start by telling us what you are hearing?  i hope we can put you at ease.
>    Do you mean "copying user data, profile, etc (the
> $HOME/ or $HOME/.libreoffice/3 directory) onto the new
> location?  If that is what you mean, actually Apache OpenOffice 3.4 will
> still use the $HOME/ directory.
>    Maybe we can add a function so that when AOO first starts, it may
> ask to copy user profile from $HOME/.libreoffice/3, just like Mozilla
> Firefox?  That sounds like a great idea, though I do not think this
> should be included in AOO 3.4, as OOo 3.4 is still using the same
> profile directory as OOo 3.3, and we have a release schedule.
> --
> Best regards,
> imacat ^_*' <>
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