Hi. there is another legal EU issue (inside the European Union), which is important. Please
understand that I can mention but not explain it, because I am not an expert in this field.
Eu has made since years open data (definition:
mandatory for public administrations. I think the last version is directive UE 2019/1024. so,
imnteroperability and availability are not only comfortable, but mandatory.
this should be also for scientific and research data.
so, I guess, proprietary data format are not suited for this purpose.
On Sunday, December 26, 2021, 07:56:00 PM GMT+1, Ravi Dwivedi <email@example.com> wrote:
On 26/12/21 6:26 pm, Italo Vignoli wrote:
MS Office documents carry 80% of all malware because they are
intentionally complex, in order to perpetuate user lock-in (the more
complex the document, the lower the chances that third party software
such as LibreOffice is able to interoperate). The hidden complexity is
strictly related to the way OOXML - MS Office pseudo-standard format -
has been intentionally developed. So, this means that switching from
OOXML to ODF - LibreOffice standard document format - would reduce
security issues by a significant percentage.
This one is an interesting point. I would like to read more about it.
Italo, can you please send some article(s) on it? or we can write one too.
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