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On Sat, 15 Mar 2014 03:25:43 -0700 (PDT)
Pedro <> wrote:

nabbler wrote
Please go to m$ and ask if m$office is compatible with the ODF standard of

THAT is exactly the problem! There should never be an "ODF standard of LO".

If OASIS (the organization that defines the ODF standard) is not able to
keep pace and improve on the document's definition to make it a valid open
document standard, then the de facto standard will ALWAYS be the MS file

On the other hand if LO/TDF keeps improving and pushing the ODF format but
OASIS does not publish the specifications, how can you expect any other
office suite (including MS Office) to be compatible???

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