Canonical considering removing LibreO...

Canonical considering removing LibreOffice from default CD installer of Ubuntu 11.10

There are 3 comments on the Techwhack story from May 15, 2011, titled Canonical considering removing LibreOffice from default CD installer of Ubuntu 11.10. In it, Techwhack reports that:

Online sources are reporting that the next edition of Ubuntu might not include LibreOffice by default in the CD installer.

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Bobby Hunter

Branson, MO

#1 May 16, 2011
Remove libre office? of course they are. Microsoft's moles at Canonical need more room for mono apps.
Pieter

South Africa

#2 Sep 1, 2011
Ubuntu start using DVD's and not CD's. You then do not have to keep on cutting good software as the os keeps growing. I think a lot of first time users stay because of what are pre-installed. In the poorer communities and countries the net is a real luxury. Millions do not even have the net.
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titimo

South Africa

#3 Dec 18, 2011
all this time i thot ubuntu are pure open sources gurus. but why????

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