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From Jesper Thomsen <jes...@roozz.com>
Subject Re: OpenOffice in the browser?
Date Sat, 15 Sep 2012 18:19:50 GMT
Hi Regina,

I am resending the message to this address as requested - I look forward to
your feedback.

Regards,
Jesper

On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 10:47 AM, Jesper Thomsen <jesper@roozz.com> wrote:

> Hi Regina,
>
> Thanks a lot for your response. Let me try and answer your questions:
>
> Does this mean, that Apache OpenOffice needs to be installed and you use
> it when documents are shown/altered inside the browser? Or is it more like
> WebODF on client side? Are the documents editable inside the browser or is
> it a kind of ODF viewer?
> What this means, is that the user can simply run OpenOffice exactly as
> when the user runs the desktop version. They can edit and have access to
> exactly the same functionalities but they can run it right in any browser
> the prefer on any Windows operating system.
>
> As far as I know, it is not be possible to provide it from our site,
> unless your development becomes a project in Apache. We provide the source
> of Apache OpenOffice and some localized, ready to use binaries.
> Okay - thanks for that response. If possible, we are happy to distribute
> it from our various sites to new and existing user - so far some 1 million
> users have installed the Roozz plugin.
>
> As the ODF format becomes more and more known and Google has it as file
> type, such application might be useful. It is the purpose of the Apache
> license, that you can do all such exciting things with the code. And this
> mailing list is indeed the place, to get help if needed.
> That sounds good. So the Apache license would also allow us to distribute
> such an in-browser version from our own site, if I understand you
> correctly?
>
> Kind regards,
> Jesper
>
>
> On Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 7:57 PM, Regina Henschel <rb.henschel@t-online.de>wrote:
>
>> Hi Jesper,
>>
>> Jesper Thomsen schrieb:
>>
>>> Hi Apache Team,
>>>
>>
>>
>> "Apache Team" is not the right term for us. We are individual persons
>> belonging to the incubating OpenOffice project.
>>
>>
>>
>>> Roozz is a Danish startup and we have a technology that can turn Windows
>>> desktop software into online browser versions running in any Windows OS
>>> and
>>> any browser.
>>>
>>> We think it could be great for your users to have OpenOffice as an
>>> in-browser version. We have so far not looked at converting it in detail,
>>> but we believe there are very good chances we can make it run at native
>>> performance.
>>>
>>
>> Does this mean, that Apache OpenOffice needs to be installed and you use
>> it when documents are shown/altered inside the browser? Or is it more like
>> WebODF on client side? Are the documents editable inside the browser or is
>> it a kind of ODF viewer?
>>
>>>
>>> Before we spend too much time, would you be interested in joining forces
>>> with us and provide such a version from your site?
>>>
>>
>> As far as I know, it is not be possible to provide it from our site,
>> unless your development becomes a project in Apache. We provide the source
>> of Apache OpenOffice and some localized, ready to use binaries.
>>
>>
>>  Alternatively, would be
>>
>>> allowed to distribute it from our side using a name such as "Roozz Office
>>> Suite Powered by Apache OpenOffice" (or similar - as per the example on
>>> your site). There are of course no costs of any kind to you.
>>>
>>> I am excited to hear what you think of this - thanks in advance.
>>>
>>
>> As the ODF format becomes more and more known and Google has it as file
>> type, such application might be useful. It is the purpose of the Apache
>> license, that you can do all such exciting things with the code. And this
>> mailing list is indeed the place, to get help if needed.
>>
>> Kind regards
>> Regina
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> Yours sincerely,
> Jesper Wendel Thomsen - Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Roozz.com
>
> Phone      : +45 3011 0746
> Website   : www.roozz.com
> Mail         : jesper@roozz.com
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>
>
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>
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>



-- 
Yours sincerely,
Jesper Wendel Thomsen - Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Roozz.com

Phone      : +45 3011 0746
Website   : www.roozz.com
Mail         : jesper@roozz.com
Twitter <http://www.twitter.com/roozzplugin>
Facebook<http://www.facebook.com/roozzplugin>


** Get access to all 150+ titles on Roozz right
here<http://www.roozz.com/node/10>

*  A few **of the great publishers who have trusted Roozz with their
software : VSO Software<http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/rent-convertxtodvd.php>,
Stoik <http://stoik.com/products/photo/STOIK-PanoramaMaker/>,
FontLab<http://www.fontlab.com/use-online/>
*

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