OpenOffice 2.04 is out, and they finally have a version for OS X. The download page for OpenOffice OS X is much more nicely designed that the old international listing. I really like the question and answer process. Do you have Intel or a PowerMac, then they have a nice link to a page telling you how to tell the difference. There is still an above average level of geekiness on that page though. “I would like a legacy build for Mac OS X 10.2”. Why don’t they simply ask what OS do you have? 10.2, 10.3, 10.4? Then they would only need to give the options that are relevant. For example, if you are running 10.2, you can’t have an Intel Mac. They could have even used browser detection to guess what the OS is. Safari versions correspond pretty closely to the operating system version.
Regardless, I’m looking forward to trying out OpenOffice. I’m really looking forward to an Aqua version of OpenOffice from NeoOffice when they release a final version.