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Some years ago Oracle took over two big open source projects, MySQL and Open Office. Whilst MySQL remained open and community driven Open Office did not and was later discontinued. (It eventually got forked and became Libre Office.)

Given the recent acquisition by Microsoft, will any of these editors prevail?
Or is there a large enough ecosystem for they to co-exist?

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Former Lisp engineer turned Ruby engineer who is trying to understand Rails, JavaScript, Life, the Universe, and Everything. I work at Runtime Revolution, which is based in Lisbon, Portugal.