And my opinion has not changed.That's what you implied last time.
It's not over till the fat lady sings. (but it is getting close)This time they actually did it.
It does not impact many people, other than temporarily screwing up the distribution process.It won't impact me personally, but I can see this causing problems for some eventually.
What percentage of the market do you think OpenOffice will have in 2 years?Excellent combination, but few businesses want to accept it. I think in the next year or two that could change a lot. MS Windows, and it's applications, are at a dead end, and are way too expensive.
The fact that there is a WIKI page dedicated to major deployments tells you just how few there are.
That's already a given, but not in it's current form. MS has been ordered by the court to remove XML which is used to open .XML, .DOCX, and DOCM files.I'll wager $3.74 to anyone that Microsoft will keep on selling Word. Hmmmm, maybe Microsoft should just shut down Word worldwide! Simple for them to do!
I think you are misreading the ruling.That's already a given, but not in it's current form. MS has been ordered by the court to remove XML which is used to open .XML, .DOCX, and DOCM files.