I have installed and am now contemplating the production use of LibreOffice. My reason for not using LibreOffice is that, unlike OO but like so many community efforts, it is not supported by paid professionals. Example: RedHat Enterprise obviously is so supported, but so is Scientific Linux (Fermilab/CERN) and so is the Princeton EL distribution; likewise, OO was supported first by Sun, and then Oracle, and now Apache. Only Apache is a non-profit under the history of StarOffice than OO (so that Sun could compete with Microsoft), but Apache still does have professional staff, not just volunteers (or so I have been told). However, when there is only volunteer development and support, things often do not get well done (some do, some do not). LibreOffice imported a WP file, converted it to LaTeX, and Kile (a LaTeX open systems GUI IDE of sorts) produced a PDF file acceptable to Adobe Acroread (the most common PDF reader used in my professional environment).
In this case, however, why should one continue with OO? I am not a purist -- I only care that the application works -- and whether it is BSD, GPL, or a proprietary open systems application (provided I can justify the license fee) ultimately does not matter.
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