OpenOffice, after years of neglect, could shut down
As LibreOffice soars, OpenOffice management considers retiring the project.
Jon Brodkin - Sep 2, 2016 4:53 pm UTC
OpenOffice, once the premier open source alternative to Microsoft Office, could be shut down because there aren't enough developers to update the office suite. Project leaders are particularly worried about their ability to fix security problems. An e-mail thread titled, "What would OpenOffice retirement involve?" was started yesterday by Dennis Hamilton, vice president of Apache OpenOffice, a volunteer position that reports to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) board.
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