It's funny to see all those Microsoft-bashing comments on their own web site!
On 10/25/2010 09:17 AM, Brian Lavender wrote:
> This is something to remember when passing out CDs and saying:
> "It's free."
> We know the virtues of liberated software and once we figure it out how
> to use it, we are only constrained by our knowlege, but should we truly
> say, "It's free." when users have to make a time investment to use it
> and at times be constrained by features they have in MS Office but not
> in OpenOffice?
> Microsoft created the TODO list for OpenOffice and entered into the twelve
> step program for OpenOffice's path to success.