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On 16/03/14 09:01, Pedro wrote:

This just proves my point (going back to the comment by nabbler) that it if
the bureaucracy takes so long, you can't really blame MS (or any other
vendor) for not being 100% compatible. 

No. Compatibility is measured against the standard (ISO ODF 1.0 / OASIS
ODF 1.2). and not with the ODF 1.2 Extended provided by LibreOffice.

Microsoft ODF implementation in MS Office 2013 is a very good one, and
no one is blaming Microsoft for this.

On the contrary, Microsoft can be blamed for their "intentional" ODF 1.1
- which has never been considered a standard, not even at OASIS -
implementation in Microsoft Office 2010, because this was done to kill
interoperability with OOo.

In addition, Microsoft is providing a different implementation of their
non standard OOXML document format for every Microsoft Office release,
and this is also intentional to kill imteroperability.

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