On Sun, 16 Mar 2014 01:01:38 -0700 (PDT)
Pedro <email@example.com> wrote:
In fact it is impossible that any other office suite produces 100%
compatible ODF documents since by definition LO is one of the
products defining the ODF characteristics...
Once again: Putting the cart before the horse. LO does not "define"
the standard. OASIS or ISO (depending upon one's perspective, I
suppose) defines the standard. LO's responsibility is to faithfully
*implement* the standard.
LO might reasonably also play testbed for proposed new standards, but
that ought to be optional behaviour, explicitly chosen by the
user(s), not default, out-of-the-box behaviour. At least in *my*
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