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On 2011-01-02 12:48 PM, Larry Gusaas wrote:
On 2011/01/02 11:24 AM  Italo Vignoli wrote:
On 1/2/11 6:20 PM, Craig A. Eddy wrote:
Nope, writing back as doc is good enough at this point.

Definitely not. LibreOffice writes OOXML and will write OOXML, and
this is not under discussion. Our developers have the right skills to
decide about the quality and the features of the filter.

LibreOffice should not write OOXML.

Thankfully, everyone is entitled to their opinion, and even more
thankfully, sometimes it doesn't matter, because sometimes your (or my)
opinion is irrelevant.

That is under discussion in this thread.

No, the discussion is long over because the decision was made long ago.
Obviously, some people think it should, others think it shouldn't, and
there is nothing wrong with that. Thankfully, just because LibO is a
FLOSS project does not mean it is a democracy (mob rule) - decisions
like this simply can not be subject to the democratic process or nothing
would ever get decided.

Who gave you the right to say it is not under discussion? Isn't this a
community project? When did the community decide that writing OOXML has
to be included in LibreOffice?

Just because LibO is a community project doesn't mean it is a pure
democracy, thank $deity...


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