Re: [tdf-discuss] LibO document format: strict ODF or extended ODF?
Il 01/11/2010 23.51, Thorsten Behrens ha scritto:
b) OASIS, for very good practical reasons, only wants to standardize
what has been successfully implemented (by at least three
independent products, even) - so out of necessity, you'll need
implementations of not-yet-standardized features, to actually
make those standardizable via OASIS.
So I guess moving on& extending ODF is a feature, not a bug - of
course, for those who need it, you want a "strict mode" (which we
Extending ODF *in agreement with* at least two other vendors is a
feature, because you're reasonably sure that feature will be implemented
in ODF specification.
Simply extending ODF (with good features, of course) on a vendor basis
is just fragmentation, IMO.
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