OpenOffice.org is free? Yes!
OpenOffice.org costs nothing? Yes!
Is it cheap? No! It's expensive.
Do you know how much resource it eats up every day?
Yes, resource like developers, volunteers, mailing lists, issue trackers, project managements, marketing efforts, organization, conferences etc., etc.
RCs stands for OpenOffice.org's "Release Candidates."
The six Release Candidates for 2.0.3 are:
1. 2.0.3rc1 released on May 18
2. 2.0.3rc2 released on May 20
3. 2.0.3rc3 released on May 23
4. 2.0.3rc4 released on May 29
5. 2.0.3rc5 released on June 1
6. 2.0.3rc6 released on June ..., it's coming, yes, it's coming soon ;)
I hope if 2.0.3 be released before 18th or 19th June then it can reach people in the inaugural meeting of the Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 19 and 20 June.
1. "We will, however, continue to see new “proof of concept” viruses designed to attack various macro and scripting systems."
2. "In general, we expect growth in this area. It is likely that a large number of proof of concept client-server Trojans will be built in the coming months and years. We expect that actual attacks will also increase."