No more OOo in UNR 10.04
Amedee Van Gasse
amedee-ubuntu at amedee.be
Sun Feb 7 20:21:18 UTC 2010
On 07-02-10 15:20, Scott Hayes wrote:
> I think that is very important to remember that just because they remove
> OOo as the default, you can still install it yourself. You are not being
> "forced" to use Google Docs.
> I rarely work with the default, I will be installing Gimp, I will be
> installing OOo, I will install all the tools that I need.
> I actually agree with these modifications, make it for the average
> person who either is not strong in Linux or the new Linux user.
I also agree, and Ubuntu makes it *very* easy to install new software.
I'm curious, if you do an in-situ upgrade, not a clean reinstall, will
10.04 keep OpenOffice? I'd prefer that an upgrade keeps Openoffice. Just
a minor detail though.
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