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From Heh <insomniac...@localnet.com>
Subject Re: Quickstarter: was Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Apache OpenOffice 3.4.1 (incubating) released
Date Fri, 24 Aug 2012 15:26:13 GMT
On Fri, 24 Aug 2012 10:36:59 -0400
Scooter C <scooter@scootersdesk.com> wrote:

> Good Morning  Group,
> 
> It would seem that most of what was good about OOo was thrown out when 
> Apache Software Foundation (ASF) took over its reissue as an 
> "incubating" project.
> 
> I went through this Quickststarter bit when I erroneously installed the 
> RC version and so I had no problem with the actual 3.4.1 Update. 
> However, I had to download the update because the update inside the 
> program didn't work. Hopefully this has has been corrected in the real 
> Update.
> 
> Hope, is all I have for AOO, because it looks like its going to be a 
> long journey to a smooth operating program, like I did with the original 
> OOo, but then it was new (a child) and bumps were expected.
> So far, in my opinion, AOO is "brain damaged" on its way to adulthood, again.
> I don't know ASF so my faith is tenuous. Volunteer organizations are 
> greatly appreciated, but are also well known for lengthy learning curves 
> and long times in making community decisions.
> 
> I've read all I could find at the website, on ASF's procedures, but 
> garnered little actual "to the point" information about how a program 
> gets from incubation (kindergarden) to highschool. There is no 
> step-by-step chart of this procedure, unless I was looking in the wrong 
> places. Teachers often forget that students don't have the basic tools 
> to learn a new technique or lesson. I'm a new student of ASF.
> 

  You're depressing as hell. If this is so gawd-awful for you, why do you keep
  a it? Surely in all your 'searching' you've found something that will work
  for you and do what you want and that doesn't send you into such
  suicidal-sounding funks! If anyone or anything is "brain damaged" it's you!
  Seek professional help, an expensive psychiatrist is the first suggestion.

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