Domande e Risposte (FAQ)
- Cos'è NeoOffice?
- Ho dei problemi. Come posso trovare una risposta?
- Is my payment data private?
- Posso copiare NeoOffice?
- NeoOffice is open source software. Aren't NeoOffice downloads required to be free?
- Where can I get the NeoOffice source code?
- Perché NeoOffice è separato da OpenOffice e LibreOffice?
NeoOffice è una suite per ufficio per Mac che si basa sulla suite per ufficio OpenOffice. Con NeoOffice, è possibile visualizzare, modificare e salvare documenti OpenOffice e documenti LibreOffice.
Due ingegneri di NeoOffice hanno creato NeoOffice nel 2003, quando hanno fatto OpenOffice funzionare in modo nativo su OS X per la prima volta. Da allora, gli ingegneri di NeoOffice hanno continuamente aggiunti miglioramenti a NeoOffice che non troverete in OpenOffice o LibreOffice.
If you have any problems, a list of suggested steps for finding an answer for a problem as fast as possible is available on the NeoOffice Support page.
We do not sell or share your e-mail address or any of your payment data.
If you make a payment using the Mac App Store, we do not store any payment data. Apple does not allow us access to any Mac App Store user payment data so we neither see nor store any Mac App Store private user payment.
If you make a payment using PayPal, we only store the payment's e-mail address, amount, and date. PayPal does not allow us access to any other data that you have given them so we neither see nor store any private PayPal user payment data such as credit card or bank account numbers.
Sì. Poichè NeoOffice è ditribuito sotto la GNU General Public License (GPL), puoi copiarlo quanto volte tu voglia e passarlo a chiunque desideri. But if you are selling NeoOffice or distributing your own custom NeoOffice builds, you must comply with the NeoOffice CD Distribution and Trademark Usage policy.
No. Open source applies to the type of license used for the software's source code and NeoOffice's source code uses the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Selling download services for pre-built binaries is not a violation of the GPL. Apparently this misunderstanding of the GPL is so common GNU - the organization that wrote the GPL - clearly states that there is no such requirement in their GPL FAQ.
The GPL does require that anyone can access, modify, and redistribute source code and so, to ensure compliance with the GPL's source code requirements, we have always provided detailed instructions for accessing and building the NeoOffice source code are on the NeoOffice Build Instructions page.
The cost and time spent on NeoOffice is very large for the NeoOffice engineers that have created all of the improvements in NeoOffice that are not in OpenOffice or LibreOffice. While many free software products such as Firefox and Google Docs are funded by huge payments from large corporations, NeoOffice has no corporate sponsors. Without any corporate sponsors, the NeoOffice engineers must rely exclusively on payments from our users to continue implementing the latest Mac features in NeoOffice.
Instructions for accessing and building the NeoOffice source code are on the NeoOffice Build Instructions page.
Nota che se modifichi una qualunque parte del codice di NeoOffice, devi rilasciare le tue modifiche sotto la GPL. In altre parole, non puoi fare modifiche proprietarie a NeoOffice e noi sosteniamo fermamente i termini della GPL contro chiunque non GPL-izzi le proprie modifiche.
The primary reason that we stay separate is that we believe that we have produced a product that is more stable and more secure on Mac than either OpenOffice or LibreOffice.
Developing and maintaining the NeoOffice code requires a massive amount of our time. Since neither OpenOffice nor LibreOffice have ever offered to fund our work, working within the OpenOffice or LibreOffice projects is not a feasible option for us.
So instead, many years ago we took the risk of funding our work solely through payments from our users. While payments from our users have not always fully funded our work, so far payments from our users have provided us with enough funding to ensure that at least one engineer is devoting all of their time to the NeoOffice project.