Posted November 2, 2005 9:40 am by with 0 comments

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Fresh from Enterpise Linux comes news that Google is helping to improve the open-source product, OpenOffice.

According to Chris DiBona, manager for open-source programs at Google, the current version of OpenOffice suffers from a few fairly large problems, such as a large memory requirement and a large download size.

Google plans to hire additional programmers to help the OpenOffice team with these and other issues.