Re: Fedora Desktop future- RedHat moves

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I really believe that the owners of Star Division were only waiting to
be purchased by a "global player".
It could be IBM, Red Hat, Sun, Novell...

On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 4:00 PM, Les Mikesell <[email protected]> wrote:
> Heitor Moraes wrote:
>
> > It's impossible to say that.
> > We will never know.
> >
>
>  Maybe there is a philosophical sense where you can't know anything
> absolutely, but there is a very causal event here where Sun gave OpenOffice
> an open source license that it didn't have before.  Without the open source
> licensing, it's a pretty sure bet that it wouldn't be in fedora and we
> wouldn't be discussing it now.  (And without it's commercial history it
> probably wouldn't be something you'd want to use, either).
>
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