Ubuntu Replaces OpenOffice With LibreOffice

The Linux distributions Fedora Linux and Ubuntu has decided to skip Open Office and replace it wiyh the competaor LibreOffice in the upcoming spring versions.

By the end of 2009 a group of developers broke away from OpenOffice and started LibreOffice. After beeing in beta for a while, LibreOffice has now been released in a final version, LibreOffice 3.3, which is based on OpenOffice.

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