Ok, understand your intent a little better. The "text" you found is a *very*
outdated FAQ entry on the OpenClipArt Library (OCAL) project. Here is a
It should be updated, as the support for SVG graphics in LibreOffice and
Apache OpenOffice pretty much being maintained on a common code base by its
primary developer Armin Le-Grand, a contributor to both projects. The FAQ
usage details for both office products could be the same text.
But, as Tom suggests, to have the FAQ entry corrected, someone on the OCAL
project will have to be contacted. They look to have an active mailing
list, at http://freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/clipart
<http://freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/clipart> --suggestion for an edit
would not need to come from TDF LibreOffice Marketing, so feel free.
Imagine on the LO side, we should give a nod to the great work and resources
available for use from OCAL.
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