On 16/03/2014, Jim Seymour <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Practical implementations of a proposed standard are wonderful, but,
before it's part of the standard, documents written with such
extensions are, _by definition_, non-standard formats.
It's a worry that some users prefer new "features" over standards
compliance and quality control.
In my opinion: LibréOffice ought not be writing documents, by
default, in non-standard formats.
Agree, it means that if a user is concerned about compatibility, they
must understand to disable the default settings in LO.
How does OO compare; are documents created to the odf standard by default?
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