As expected, my first attempt at a Family Tree for Star/Open/LibreOffice has resulted in some useful feedback (thank you), so here is a new version of the chart (and I suspect it may not be the last revision…).

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Why are there two colors or rectangle?

@jakob: blue is commercial software; beige is open source

There were Symphony 2.x and 3.x versions. For these code was merged in from OOo 2.x and 3.x, respectively. So could represent that with two boxes for Symphony, or at least a line from OOo 3.x to Symphony.

@rob – I’ve not tried to show all the separate versions of OOo derivatives … it just gets too complicated!

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Why are there two colors or rectangle?

@jakob: blue is commercial software; beige is open source

There were Symphony 2.x and 3.x versions. For these code was merged in from OOo 2.x and 3.x, respectively. So could represent that with two boxes for Symphony, or at least a line from OOo 3.x to Symphony.

@rob – I’ve not tried to show all the separate versions of OOo derivatives … it just gets too complicated!