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Hi again Don

donald_harbison wrote

What matters most is to help end users understand the benefits of ODF as 
their file format, and improve interoperability with the dominance of 
MS-Office formats. 

I agree with you that joining forces (instead of fighting for the crumbles
and let MS keep all the cake) makes a LOT of sense.

But I think that more important than each house wasting time and resources
building their own version of an Office Suite, it would be much more useful
to make ODF a really compatible and superior file format.

My 2 cents ;)


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