OpenOffice.org version 2.3 has been released and available for the download. OpenOffice.org is a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source alternative to MS-Office suite. It is compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute.
Download OpenOffice.Org 2.3
=> Available for download now, OpenOffice.org 2.3 incorporates an extensive array of new features and enhancements to all its core components, and protects users from newly discovered security vulnerabilities.
Finally big blue has announced that it will support and promote OpenOffice.org office suite. These are the same companies once promoted Microsoft product. Dell, HP and IBM will one day force more Linux desktop systems and open source software for all of us:
The OpenOffice.org community today announced that IBM will be joining the community to collaborate on the development of OpenOffice.org software. IBM will be making initial code contributions that it has been developing as part of its Lotus Notes product, including accessibility enhancements, and will be making ongoing contributions to the feature richness and code quality of OpenOffice.org. Besides working with the community on the free productivity suite’s software, IBM will also leverage OpenOffice.org technology in its products.
This is great news for the tens of millions of users of OpenOffice.org and the thousands of individual members of the projectâ€, said John McCreesh, OpenOffice.org Marketing Project Lead. â€œWe welcome IBM’s contributions to further enhancing the OpenOffice.org product. But equally important is IBM’s future commitment to package and distribute new works that leverage OpenOffice.org technology supporting the ISO ODF standard. ODF is a once in a generation opportunity for the IT industry to unify round a standard, and deliver lasting benefit to users of desktop technology.â€
=> IBM JOINS OPENOFFICE.ORG COMMUNITY [openoffice.org]
Yet another victory for Open Source software! Woot!!
First Solaris (OpenSolaris) and OpenOffice.org was made open source and now Java. Thanks to Linux (other open source oses) and open source movement.
Sun Microsystems Inc. said on Monday that it will make its Java software available for free to the open-source community, though it will continue to sell and support standardized versions of the product.
Read more lycos news…
=> OpenJDK Source Releases/Download link (includes Java programming language compiler source, jtreg test harness for the JDK test framework and Java HotSpotVirtual Machine source under GPL version 2.0)
=> Check out David Herron’s Blog for more info and slashdot thread :)
It is time to learn Java!