On 2013-06-08 10:10, Ken Springer wrote:
And LO are doing it now. LO4 already drops previous file compatibility,
if AOO maintains that compatibility I will be looking hard at it.
On 6/7/13 3:41 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
I too wouldn't touch Kingsoft with a barge pole. I want to steer
towards using formats that will be
around and usable in a few years time. I want to be able to open
documents maybe 10-20 years from now without having to struggle against
malware and without having to try to find long-dead versions of long
dead software produced by a company that may not even exist by then.
You just hope the formats will be around 10-20 years from now. There's
no guaranteed the current ODT format will even be viable then.
Similar to the way desktop design interfaces are basically horrible on
cell phones and tablets (IMO), all of it can change almost overnight
with hardware changes.
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