with the release of Nextcloud 19, we learn that with the new and improved Talk app, there is now an integration with Collabora and that Collabora would be shipped with Nextcloud 19 out of the box:
Collabora Online will be shipped out of the box with Nextcloud Hub in version 19. A special community server has been developed which dramatically eases the work required for installation, avoiding the need for web server configuration, docker containers and more. This version however sacrifices scalability for this ease of installation and is not suitable beyond private use. We recommend the existing Collabora Office solutions for that, with docker images for small offices and more scalable solutions available for enterprises through Nextcloud GmbH.
However in the previous major version of Nextcloud (18), the big news were that there would be an out of the box installation of Onlyoffice, which, as far as I can tell, is pretty much a competitor to Collabora.
Doesn’t that duplicate purpose? Why was the decision to push Onlyoffice for 18 and now shift focus to Collabora in 19? Which is better?