The "Document Foundation" has forked OpenOffice.org and created its own version called "LibreOffice". Now while this might be nice and free some control from Oracle, aren't they throwing away years of reputation gained under the name OpenOffice? Many companies and corporate users of OpenOffice.org might think that OpenOffice is canceled and they will switch back to Microsoft Office. It's kind of sad that the best open source office suite is now competing against itself.
This new fork is both a waste of developer effort and reputation around the world. Especially since non-Linux average users might not understand and get confused and probably switch to Microsoft Office in response, and bad impacts and confusion might be generated on non-technical users and corporate users.