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Mark Preston wrote:

There may be some truth to what you say, but I don't think Microsoft
bashing will advance LibO, which is what we want to do.

Mark, you confirm my suspicions: open-source folks don't really want
Microsoft to stop their outrageous proprietary file-format lock-in, because
such a move would drastically diminish interest in open-source competitors .
From the point of view of open-source developers, this may be
understandable. From a user's point of view, not so much.

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