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On Sun, Jan 02, 2011 19:58:41 PM +0100, Italo Vignoli
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OOXML has been cleared from copyright and patent issues by Microsoft
itself before entering into the standardization process, as this is
a pre-condition of ISO standards. In addition, all Microsoft
document formats and related technologies are now fully documented
(also those totally proprietary). It looks like many people have not
followed the OOXML standardization process.


I HAVE tried to follow that process as much as I could through the
years, and my understanding, from the links below and many others, is
that, in practice, even today things aren't really so easy, 100% clear
and risk-free with OOXML.

Marco F.

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