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From Yue Helen <helenyu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] IBM SGA/CCLA Submitted for Symphony Source Code Contribution
Date Wed, 16 May 2012 07:26:31 GMT
(We woke up,  ^o*)

http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Contribution

Here you can find a document to describe what's inside this code
contribution, by highlighting some additional features beyond what's in
Apache OpenOffice 3.4. The feature list includes enhancements on
performance, usability, functionality, interoperability, as well as
globalization, accessibility and more.

I hope the document can give you a general overview about the code to be
contributed. I'm happy to answer questions on the features, and what's more
important, I think, is for us to discuss how to best use it going forward
for our future releases.

We will let you know when the real contribution - "code" is uploaded in svn.

Helen

2012/5/16 Donald Harbison <dpharbison@gmail.com>

> A few minutes ago, I submitted the IBM Software Grant Agreement and
> Corporate Contributor License Agreement for IBM Lotus Symphony
> contribution. This action means infra can begin to prepare to receive the
> 'Contribution" into svn when they're ready. We will be providing more
> descriptive content to the list tomorrow when our China team wakes up. :)
> This is just a short announcement to get the ball rolling.
>
> We announced our plan to do this on July 15, 2011. The successful delivery
> of Apache OpenOffice 3.4 has now made it possible to move forward.  We hope
> the community will invest time and energy to study and understand this
> contribution and help determine how best to use it going forward for the
> benefit of the public good.
>
> This ends the Symphony fork here with Apache OpenOffice.
>

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