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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Question about proposing the creation of a new format


My take on this suggestion is that LibO does what it does well.  Production
of epub documents is a marginal requirement


I'm sure that is what MSFT thought about Windows in relation to cell phones
and tablets ;-)

, which does not need to be addressed with a built-in function.
 Professionals won't use it, and non-professionals are adequately served by
the extension I mentioned - I believe there are now several btw.


So the bottom line is that I vote against incorporating epub production into
LibO Writer.Just my 2c

I don't think that was a specific proposal at this point, just that the
entire LO proposition could become marginalised by mobile technologies and
e-publishing in a relatively short space of time.


//James
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