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plino wrote (06-08-11 00:24)

Cor Nouws wrote:

Glad to read that, because indeed, your reasoning above is completely
illogical :-D

Since regressions that occurred between 3.3.x and 3.4.x were not "simply
reverted" and that only regressions between  3.4.x releases are fixed at
this stage, what are the chances that previous regressions are going to be

So now you skip the stupid wrong initial reasoning you made in your previous post and start with another idea that to me just looks as the next poisonous attempt to do as if developers are incompetent uninterested people?

E.g. I know it doesn't really matter to the devs that a user can no longer
load a docx document which contains an OLE object because docx is from the
evil MS. Shame on the user for using OOXML. Just go back to 3.3.x or use
ODF, right?

It is said nowhere, and proven wrong too by the facts, that regressions from 3.3.x to 3.4.x are not fixed. You simply seem not interested in understanding what is going on, nor do not show that you know what you talk about. Then to me it looks better if you stick with your decision from a month or so ago, and just leave the mail lists, as you wrote me. Really, postings like those add nothing positive or constructive. While there is enough to do.

 - Cor

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