Tim Smith wrote:
In article <2307203.pcblhNxOc2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
ODF can be implemented (already *is*) under Linux; OOXML cannot. In fact, no application implements OOXML. It's a decoy, a patent trap, and a story of endless corruption.
Note what Roy is doing there. He claims no application implements OOXML. He basis this on the fact that no application (as far as I know) is 100% compliant with the spec ..
Erog no application implements OOXML ..
"I'd go with that. I think ISO/IEC 26300 (ODF 1.0) can be compared to a
neat house built on good foundations which is not finished; 29500
(OOXML) is a baroque cliffside castle replete with toppling towers,
secret passages and ghosts: it is all too finished."