On 11/20/2013 06:54 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
ODF usage is on the rise and maybe a stepping stone might smooth the
way for a while. Hopefully as uptake of LibreOffice (and the other
programs that also use the same format natively) increases then some
of that will increase the usage of our native formats. On my
company's server we now have quite a few documents in ODF formats that
open reliably on every machine alongside other documents in MS formats
that don't always open well in different versions of MS Office. The
MS ones keep needing to be redone.
Pretty near all Unix and Linux program names are acronyms, so,
ODF--One Dumb Format ???
Not serious, but it COULD be....
Blessed are the peacemakers..for they shall be shot at from both sides.
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