Since there is still a lot of prejudice out there against open source
software based on FUD and plain old not wanting to leave the comfort
zone, ease of interoperability with M$ document formats will be necessary.
In fact I view it as a way of showing a superior attitude.
Interoperability is something M$ has never been kind towards, and
something where the open source culture has always shown clear
If interoperability with M$ products is removed, I can guarantee to all
that Libreoffice and Openoffice will definitely die out.
That is not something I would like to see. I like open source, I like
LibreOffice and want others to like it too.
Please keep the interoperability.
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