Re: [tdf-discuss] iWork LibreOffice ODF.
On 11/3/13 5:00 AM, Laurence Jeloudev wrote:
1. Would LibreOffice remove features in its full desktop suite, if it created a mobile version
with less features?
No, we have a completely different strategy from Apple.
2. Is iWork a threat to free office suites in terms of features, compatibility and free office
suites in general?
No, it has a negligible market share.
3. (maybe not related to LO. I may have to ask this question somewhere else.) Why doesn’t Apple
iWork suite have Open Document Format Support? (Apart from being a proprietary product.) And i
know apple provide textedit as a replacement, so it is not like they don’t know what ODF is.
Apple iWorks has extremely poor interoperability features.
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