On 3/16/2014 12:07 PM, Jim Seymour <jseymour@LinxNet.com> wrote:
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.
As the *leading* 'user' of the format, I would argue otherwise.
How else are new features and improvements supposed to make it into the
standard, if someone doesn't actually start implementing them in the
I guess you prefer the Microsoft way of pushing out huge new changes all
at once with a new release of Office, thereby forcing all of their users
to experience pain unless until they all upgrade?
Sorry, I much prefer the Libreoffice/OASIS/ODF way.
If you want document fidelity across different platforms/programs, use PDF.
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