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[tdf-discuss] Re: Font Embedding in ODF (was RE: ANN: ODF 1.2 Candidate OASIS Standard Enters 60-Day Public Review)



Charles-H. Schulz wrote:

<sigh> We do all have lots of responsibility, all of us. I can assure
you that people usually, most of the time DON'T include fonts in their
MSO documents. But then, who am I to argue? You seem to be a MSO power
user. Go and contribute to the ODF TC at the OASIS. I mean, really do
contribute; everyone's welcome to join. </sigh>


Given your position in this community you should be humble enough to
recognize your mistake. But that is OT.

Being a Power User doesn't give me the Technical skills to be part of a TC.

In any case if OASIS and/or TDF have the will to add font embedding in ODF
there is no need to reinvent the wheel.

Scribus (http://www.scribus.net) an Open Source Desktop Publishing program
licensed under GPL already has this feature included in it's file format
.sla

Regards,
Pedro

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