On 23/02/2014, Alexander Wilms <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I already posted this on the LibreOffice Google+ and Facebook pages, but
there are probably quite a few people subscibed to this list who are not
following either one.
Despite the self-generated hype, not every Tom, Dick and Harriet are
interested in these social data-collation (sorry "media") tools.
The UK government plans to move to open standards like ODF and HTML and
apparently Microsoft didn't know that people can voice their opinions on
the proposal since January and started to spread some FUD once again a
few days ago.
If you think that truly open standards are a better solution than OOXML,
then it'd be beneficial if you registered on the standards.data.gov.uk
page and commented. In 3 days, comments will be closed.
Thanks for informing us, but in addition users have to be educated
about the benefits of _not_ using LO and an m$ clone and actually
promote the odf standard themselves. Continual "bug reports" about m$
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