Tuve la oportunidad de comunicarme con Leif Lodahl quien fue lider (y aún hace parte) de The Document Foundation, la fundación que asegura al libertad de la suite LibreOffice; la mayoría fueron miembros de OpenOffice.org. A continuación sus respuestas:
1 - Make a short introduction of yourself. Who are you? Where are you from? What is your role in LibreOffice/TDF?
Since 2007 I have been the native language lead in the Danish OpenOffice.org community. Today I'm managing the Danish language team. I was one of the founding members of The Document Foundation and in the first year I was deputy member in the lead group in TDF. Currently I'm deputy member in th membership committee.
2 - Why did you choose to participate in LibreOffice/TDF?
3 - Do you live thanks to free software or have another source of income?
LICENSING AND BUSINESS MODEL
4 - How LibreOffice is kept? Are there governments or organizations that support LibreOffice?
Some government offices are supporting LibreOffice indirectly by sponsoring individual projects. Region Ile de Paris (the Paris region) has been sponsoring the browser version and a few German local governments has been sponsoring some important OOXML integration projects.
5 - What is the philosophy of licensing style of LibreOffice? and what strengths it provides?