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24th March 2007

OpenOffice.org Mac Porting team updates the project timeline

The Mac Porting team at their weekly port meeting on 23rd March 2007, decided on an updated timeline for the Aqua port project.

We are currently aiming for the publicly downloadable alpha version of OpenOffice.org Aqua in May 2007. By the end of 2007 we are aiming to have a beta of OpenOffice.org Aqua available.

The log of the meeting is available.

View the updated timeline.


The OpenOffice.org Mac Porting Project aims to port OpenOffice.org to run on Mac OS X natively without X11.

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