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Re: [News] Sun Sheds Truth on OpenOffice.org Performance, Startup Time

Ezekiel wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-04-02 at 08:28 +0100, Gordon wrote:
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> Hash: SHA1
>>> ____/ Chris Ahlstrom on Wednesday 01 April 2009 12:12 : \____
>>>> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out
>>>>   this bit o' wisdom:
>>>>> Multiplatform OpenOffice.org 3.0 Benchmark
>>>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>>>> | Which OpenOffice.org edition is fastest? All OpenOffice.org editions and
>>>>> | both operating systems performed well, and it's not possible to identify a
>>>>> | single champion. Go-oo's tweaks often (but not always) gave it an advantage
>>>>> | over Sun Microsystem's Vanilla edition, but OpenOffice.org PPA's system
>>>>> | libraries gained the most substantial advantage.
>>>>> | 
>>>>> | OpenOffice.org 3.1 is just around the corner, and the rumor is the new
>>>>> | performance improvements make is fast. I hope to see Go-oo and OxygenOffice
>>>>> | fix the automation bugs, so they can be better represented in the next
>>>>> | showdown. (I'd even more hope they would upstream all their patches despite
>>>>> | the political drama, but that's another story.)
>>>>> `----
>>>>> http://www.oooninja.com/2009/03/multiplatform-benchmark-30.html
>>>>> The Munchkins won't like this.
>>>> Why not?  It shows Windows beating Ubuntu on a warm start of OpenOffice?
>>> See the error bars and the absolute value. The trolls say it should take 20
>>> seconds, no?
>> On my Linux netbook, the startup of OO is almost instantaneous....
> - "User-Agent: Thunderbird (Windows/20090302)"
> Clearly you prefer to use the real Windows machine you have over this
> imaginary Linux netbook that you pretend to have.
> The Gordon nym is a typical freedtard hypocrite. Makes his living using
> Windows products and posts from his Windows machine with stories about
> how terrible Windows is. But the freetard doesn't using Linux because
> it's inadequate.

Maybe I forge headers just to wind you up!
Try this one.
And BTW, you do realise that Linux users are also (on the whole)
interested in operating systems in general, and use quite a variety?
You alos do realise that Nebooks, while very very good, are NOT designed
to be used constantly during the whole of the working day?

Registered Linux User no 240308
to email me remove the obvious!

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