b) There are office suites that are not deroved from either OOo or MSO
that fully implement ODF specifications and criteria
And those are...
Koffice, for one.
Are those fifteen office suites that are listed as supporting ODF, in the wikipedia article
"Comparison of Office Suites" figments of the imagination?
Or maybe all of the software listed in the Wikipedia article "OpenDocument Software" is also a
figment of the imagination.
Note in passing that both lists omits the CJKV office suites, as well those from ex-comblcok
There is a reference implementation for the ODF file format.
And it is called...
Technically, Apache OpenOffice, but arguably, also LibreOffice.
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