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From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: Apache OO General Questions
Date Sat, 13 Oct 2012 23:07:38 GMT
On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 6:48 PM, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak
<> wrote:
> Couple of questions:
> (Q) it was stated to me at one time that integrating changes between AOO and
> LO would not be overly complicated (bad memory, but maybe it was Tom Davis
> referencing the fact that Symphony was kept in sync with OOo). Are any
> changes integrated between AOO and LO (in either direction) at this time? I
> have been asked this question specifically (as it related to the code
> clean-up effort in LO), and I generally say "I don't know, but I don't think
> so".

I've seen a couple of examples of:

1) A contributor contributing the same code (or similar code) to both
AOO and LO.

2) LO taking a patch from AOO and integrating it into LO.

I've also heard that LO is "rebasing" on AOO code in order to switch
their license to MPLv3..  But I have not been able to figure out what
this actually means and whether or not it involves source code.

But it is probably safe to say that there is no widespread sharing of
code between the two projects.  I have hopes that this will change in
the near future.

> (Q) AOO lists use addresses such as and
> Assuming that AOO is taken from incubator
> status, will incubator be dropped from the list names and will current
> subscribers be ported to the new list?

The addresses will map like this: ===>

There is a list of other migration tasks here:

I don't know if it will be necessary to resubscribe or not. But even
if the subscription information is preserved, subscribers who use
filters and rules in their mail client will need to update them.

We should probably start a wiki page for migration-related
information, so we can keep project members and observers up to date.


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