The third major release of the OpenOffice.org office productivity suite made its appearance on Monday — meeting with such apparent demand that the OpenOffice.org servers promptly crashed. At the time of writing on the following day, the organization still has only a cut-down homepage, listing mirror sites from which the suite can be downloaded.
One major reason for the significance of OpenOffice 3 is the fact that it can run natively on the Mac — previously, it needed to be run within a windowed X11 session. But the suite has had many other enhancements, one of which is the welcome screen shown in this screenshot.
Captions by David Meyer, ZDNet.co.uk. Screenshots from OpenOffice.org. For more on OpenOffice 3, read Christoper Dawson's blog.