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On 1/3/2011 3:06 AM, Davide Dozza wrote:
Il 02/01/2011 20:41, Charles-H. Schulz ha scritto:

inconsistencies. However, it's fortunately or unfortunately, should not be a
problem: OOo&  LibO implement the existing and used version of MS
*proprietary formats* used in MS Office 2007 and 2010 that are called OOXML.
They're not exactly the ISO standard, far from that; feel free to call them
transitional if you wish, but it's very much of a grey area and I just call
them MS propietary formats. So what LibO does is to offer convenience to its
This is the point. MS Office 2007 and 2010 doesn't implement ISO/IEC
29300 also called OOXML.

Please change the subject because it's completely messing. Call simply
MS XML proprietary formats.


They don't implement the "Strict" version -- but I think we'd have a hard time arguing that they don't implement the "Transitional" version that must also be considered standard, it's documented in that specification, and MS wrote it to cover themselves. If we called these formats proprietary, we could get into real trouble.

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