At times, open source seems like an unstoppable force. Then, apps like OpenGoo come along and sully that perception. OpenGoo aims to provide you with a top-notch Web-based office suite, but instead it manages to undermine every benefit that an online productivity application like Google Docs provides to its users. The main problem is that the developers appear to have misunderstood the meaning of the term "Web-based app."
The first thing that struck us with OpenGoo was the download page, which doesn't exactly jibe with a Web office productivity suite. Nor was there an obvious application launcher, … Read more