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2014/1/13 frank ernest <>

Acctually I thought that it was kinda obvious and I was thinking that
you'd want to fix it before your ODT standard was widly adopted.
It would be easier to change the code of 10 programs then 1000 once you
finally retire the standard.
You could also develop a split in the standard and call the files *.ODT2.
Personally I was shocked how bad the compression was. I expected maybe I'd
get 5% or (if I was really lucky) 15% better compression, but 25%! That's
(as someone already pointed out) HUGE!
I am advising to fix the spec before the cat gets out of the bag.

Huu, you might have missed the last five years where odt is already widely

Also, you should warn microsoft before their docx stuff get in the wild
too, as they also use the zip file format.

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