A lot of people commenting on this thread have pointed out that the future of OO.org is looking quite murky and the future is Libre Office.
This may not be a great thing. Organizations like certainty - and if OO.org quickly goes down for the count it doesn't mean that big organizations are likely to adopt the replacement suite.
Think of the following situation. You've recently convinced your organization to switch from MS Office to OO.org. Now you've got to tell them that you actually have to switch to a new product called Libre Office which sorta kinda did and kinda didn't exist a couple of months ago. The question will come up: "What's wrong with that Open Office program you wanted us all to switch to?"
Good luck coming up with an answer that is going to make sense to a suit who is not well versed in the byzantine going ons in the FOSS community.
"There are some good people in it, but the orchestra as a whole is equivalent to a gang bent on destruction." -- John Cage, composer