May 8, 2002
A first look at OpenOffice.org 1.0
The LinuxPlanet review starts like this: "We are in the midst of a revolution. Companies have realized that the recent rumblings of Linux moving into the business world are real and that it is quickly becoming a desirable OS for production business use. Programs needed in a business productivity suite include a word processor, spreadsheet, drawing and presentation tools. The business world revolves around these tools, although some would argue about the value of email, scheduling software and a Web browser. I've used StarOffice in the past and have been pretty happy with it."