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From Shane Curcuru <>
Subject Re: Fake OpenOffice site?
Date Thu, 02 Feb 2012 01:09:08 GMT
No, that website and any related websites are not affiliated with the 
Apache Software Foundation, the Apache OpenOffice podling, nor with the software product.

We strongly recommend that you do not do business with the owners of 
that website.

Past releases of software products are available at:

Note that while the product does not have any future 
release plans, this Apache OpenOffice project plans to use most of the 
code from that product to create a great new - and always free - office 
productivity suite.  You can learn more about this podling's plans for 
the future Apache OpenOffice product here on their blog:

Reminder: if the domain name does not end in "" or 
"", then the domain you're looking at is almost certainly 
not affiliated with the ASF or this podling, nor with

Note also that Apache projects are *always* offered for free download. 
If you ever see an Apache (or product offered with 
strings attached, or where payment is required, please consider coming 
to an website to get a free copy.  There are companies that 
sell support contracts related to Apache software products, or training, 
or the like - but you should never have to pay to download and install 
an Apache software product.

Thanks for the tip.  It's likely we'll be contacting that domain owner 
to complain about their confusing links using our logos and products.

- Shane Curcuru
   VP, Brand Management
   The Apache Software Foundation

On 2012-02-01 6:37 PM, Nardia Keenan wrote:
> Hello
> Is this site part of It has the seagull logo but says it's
> free then asks for money
> Thank you
> Nardia Keenan

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