[CentOS-devel] RPM of BrOffice.org

Claudio F Filho filhocf at openoffice.org
Thu Mar 26 12:41:20 UTC 2009

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Tru Huynh escreveu:
> Thanks for the info.
Welcome. =)

> On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 12:58:20PM +0100, Claudio F Filho wrote:
> Does that also mean that all the commercial linux distributions
> sold in Brazil have a custom made OpenOffice.org ?
No. Ubuntu already have the Broo pkg. RH and Novell not yet. I already
told with the brazilian manager of this companies about this question
but without solution.

The people of Fedora have (or is in study). I haven't exact numbers
about the "linux population" here, but our numbers are 50M of desktops,
where 15M have Broo, and in this machines, 85% is windows.

About linux specifically, i can talk about projects like "Linux
Educacional"[1], where we talk about "a very clean Debian-based
distribution" to a reality of "29,000 labs deployed, serving
approximately 36 million students".

RH, Mandriva and Novell basically attempt servers, and some desktops.
The bigs projects that i know uses fedora, ubuntu and debian, and where
use fedora, like in Serpro[2], our federal processing data service, with
250k desktops running a customized fedora in 2007, aways was with Broo
pkg(rpm.tar.gz) proved by us (without optimization like in debian,
generic for all rpm linux based).

> imho, that should be pushed upstream...
Sorry... i not understood. 'upstream' of OOo or CentOS?
If is about OOo, Broo (with images and patches) *is part* of the source
of OOo.
If is about CentOS, +1. =)

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