As you probably know, IBM has been involved with the OpenOffice.org community for many years. This included collaboration on ODF and accessibility at first, as we worked on our separate Lotus Symphony fork. And then in 2011 we followed the … [Continue reading] about IBM Support for Apache OpenOffice
In the previous two parts (one and two) I described a model of product adoption and market share that could be built with a single survey question. I applied this model to the open source productivity suites OpenOffice and LibreOffice, looking at … [Continue reading] about The Power of Brand and the Power of Product, Part 3
So what do we have here? This is a simple social network visualization, of OASIS Technical Committees. Each circle in this graph represents a single Technical Committee (TC). The size of the circle is proportionate to how many members are on the … [Continue reading] about Visualizing OASIS Technical Committees
In Part 1 of this series we looked at a model of product adoption and market share that had a special and valuable property: the parameters of the model could be derived from a single survey question, e.g.: “What is your awareness with the hand … [Continue reading] about The Power of Brand and the Power of Product, Part 2
One of the most common user questions I see on the Facebook and Twitter streams for Apache OpenOffice is "Do you have a iPad version?" or "Do you have a tablet version"? Although there are companies that offer access to OpenOffice via a virtualized … [Continue reading] about Who wants to develop OpenOffice for Tablet?