Unfortunatelly OpenOffice fell into the greedy claws of Oracle and it's no longer maintained or updated. The code was forked and almost all the developers moved to LibreOffice.
Unfortunately you are teribly misinformed.
OpenOffice still exists and it was not because of greed that ended up splitting the community to Libre and Open office.
First of it was Oracle that sponsored and made it possible that Open Office lived they had people working on it as a full-time job.
Currently OO is hosted by the Apache foundation and there on the Apache incubator were i found this https://blogs.apache.org/OOo/
OpenOffice Grandfather's Private Thoughts
Oracle's announcement to stop their investment in OpenOffice.org was a shock for me. Well the reason is obvious, I was paid by Oracle and worked on this project. The people who know me from the past know that I am a 100% OpenOffice.org guy and I always appreciated to work on this project and together with our community. I always felt as part of the overall community. I know the reasons that were responsible for the LibreOffice fork and the split of the community and I have to confess that I can understand it. But I didn't like how it was done. If Oracle would have done this step 6 month earlier I am sure we wouldn't have this fork and we wouldn't have this split of the community. We would potentially still have the go-oo fork which was the foundation for LibreOffice but that is something different. Anyway it is as it is at the moment and we will see how it moves forward in the future.
I also switched from Open to Libre but haven't really read up to what the differences are