That's the wrong assumption I was trying to point out. It's not always
applied as-is, and in fact it's rare that patches be accepted as is.
Even we don't do that too often.
Nonetheless, saying "it's better for us if you don't submit your
patches to OOo" is kind of like saying "Lets hope OOo don't spot this
bug/issue". It's ethically dubious. If this is the official approach,
then why not just make a clean break with OOo and not even try to
merge in any future OOo code changes with the LO code?
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