Working virtually with OpenGoo

Final Word

According to the OpenGoo website, the main goal of the project is to create the best web-based office on the market. Although it's not quite there yet, it's on the right track. Ease of use, a well-rounded collection of bundled applications, and a tight integration between different modules make OpenGoo a viable option for workgroups and freelancers alike.

Infos

  1. OpenGoo: http://www.opengoo.org/

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