On 21/03/14 10:40, Tanstaafl wrote:
On 3/20/2014 5:28 PM, e-letter <email@example.com> wrote:
So, new users to LO, be_very_ _very_ aware: LO documents by default
are not standards compliant, which minimises the possibility that such
documents created by LO in default mode will be accessible by other
(including future LO?) odf-compliant products.
And also please STOP WITH THE FUD.
e-letter, can you please stop repeating wrong statements on this mailing
list. As I said before, not even Microsoft is telling that LibreOffice
documents are non standard.
So, if you are paid by MS, please stop as you are going beyond your
assignment, while if you are not paid please stop as you are doing a bad
LibreOffice documents will be ALWAYS accessible by any other software
supporting ODF, and vice versa. The ODF standard has been conceived in
such a way that backward and forward compatibility is assured.
The same is not true for OOXML.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LO compatibility · Tanstaafl
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