OpenOffice.org is an Open Source software project creating an international office suite that will run on all major platforms* and provide access to all functionality and data through open-component based APIs and an XML-based file format. *At the moment actual builds are available for Linux, Solaris (Intel), Solaris (Sparc) and Windows. License OpenOffice.org uses a dual-licensing scheme for source-code contributions: the LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) and SISSL (Sun Industry Standards Source License).
Lists some of the main projects of OpenOffice.org categorized by function.
A multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project. Compatible with all other major office suites, free to download, use, and distribute.
Community repository for third party templates, macros, and a clip art image library.
Provides an entry point in the world of OOo from a developers perspective.
Coordinates the listing of those sites that host OpenOffice.org software. Includes a mission statement, setting up a mirror, master rsync servers, instructions, and directory structure, and list of extended mirror sites.
Creates and maintains documentation with user guides, how-to's, setup guides, articles, reviews, and other related materials.
Official press release announcing the launch of version 2.0 of the office suite.
Previews, reviews, tutorials and latest news.
Provides a comparison between two office suites, OpenOffice.org and LibreOffice.
Focused on all associated projects with resources for developers.
Official blog post detailing the donation of the OOo codebase to the Apache Software Foundation, and describing the new development model for the product.
Neil Bothwick picks apart OOo 3.0's new features, finding out whether it deserves a major version number bump and finally sorts out the performance woes.
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