Interesting paper reinforces the view that LibreOffice has successfully taken over where OpenOffice.org left off.
In the first comprehensive analysis of Open Source projects involving a fork, researchers find the LibreOffice project "shows no sign of long-term decline" and "has attracted the long-term and most active committers in OpenOffice.org," demonstrating "Open Source communities can outlive Open Source software projects". Why has LibreOffice succeeded where others have struggled? Because it "is perceived by its community as supportive, diversified, and independent."
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