On 2011/01/02 4:15 PM Italo Vignoli wrote:
Emails where people say that LibreOffice should not support a document format because it is
backed by Microsoft or because is a Go-OO heritage are not a positive contribution.
So pointing out the Novell/Microsoft marketing agreement that led to the inclusion of writing
to OOXML would not be a positive contribution?
Which version of OOXML does LibreOffice write to? The official standard approved version? Or
one of the proprietary Microsoft versions? Which one? Or are these not positive inquiries
How about commenting on the articles criticizing OOXML? Oh right, that is not positive either.
Besides it contravenes the Novell/Microsoft agreement.
Any comment on the Novell/Microsoft marketing agreement and how it affects the development of
LibreOffice? Or would that not be positive either?
Larry I. Gusaas
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
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[tdf-discuss] Re: Do not support writing to OOXML format · Larry Gusaas
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