On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 00:38:21 AM +0200, Paul wrote:
This is something we should be advocating (as loudly as possible,
even), but we should be aware of the realities, and advocating it as
a sane option, not trying to force it down peoples throats.
When a public administration demands that you write to them in the
official language of your country and its corresponding alphabet
(because, even if it's not written anywhere, they obviously couldn't
care less of stuff in other ways), are they "forcing something down
Formats are like alphabets.
Demanding a **format** is not "forcing stuff down people throats".
Demanding that others use the same software as you do is.
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