ODF editor: ODF loses if OOXML does

Posted by Sander_Marechal on Mar 25, 2008 9:15 PM EDT
InfoWorld; By Chris Kanaracus
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The editor of the Open Document Format (ODF) standard has written a letter that strongly supports recognizing Microsoft's Open Office XML (OOXML) file format as a standard, arguing that if it fails, ODF will suffer. As the editor of OpenDocument, I want to promote OpenDocument, extol its features, urge the widest use of it as possible, none of which is accomplished by the anti-OpenXML position in ISO," Patrick Durusau wrote. "The bottom line is that OpenDocument, among others, will lose if OpenXML loses. ... Passage of OpenXML in ISO is going to benefit OpenDocument as much as anyone else."

[More FUD from Patrick. How did he become an ODF editor? - Sander]

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I agree with the author of the letter - IF dinotrac 3 893 Mar 26, 2008 5:09 AM

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