[K12OSN] New to K12Linux, Question

robert pogson robert.pogson at gmail.com
Sun May 24 16:28:47 UTC 2009

I have examined the copyright/licence of OpenOffice.org and, although it is
complicated and has diverse ownership, it is truly free:
see /usr/share/doc/openoffice.org/copyright in Debian Etch, for instance.

Every bit of FLOSS has a copyright holder somewhere. Linux itself has
thousands. Being complex should not make OpenOffice.org excluded. This
package is one of the pillars of GNU/Linux on the desktop. Many distros
include it.

Sleepycat used to be involved with MySQL. Did the distro exclude MySQL?
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