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On Sat, 2013-11-09 at 14:06 -0800, Pedro wrote: > Two points: > > 1)
LibreOffice only started embedding fonts in ODF files in version 4.1 >
(released in July 2013); MS Office files have had this ability for
YEARS. In > my opinion ODF files are NOW starting to be useful as an
editable file > exchange format. > > 2) Advocating ignoring MS files
only makes sense on a personal basis. Por > companies that is absurd.
Maybe academia could start that movement but it > will take time before
it reaches the companies... > > My 2 cents. On point (2), the dominant
status of MSO formats will change when enough governments worldwide
move to ODF formats. Whether this is by adoption of LO/AOO or by
general mandate is not critical

Jay Lozier

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