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Subject: Re: [office] Differences between list proposals
Hi Thomas, Thomas Zander wrote: > On Monday 16 April 2007 09:44, Florian Reuter wrote: >> Oliver is not very precise here. A better statement would be >> <revised> >> Thus, the same XML fragment will be interpreted differently in ODF 1.1 >> and ODF 1.2 with Proposal Two when Olivers' understand of ODF1.1 lists >> is used. </revised> >> However exactly this case is not specified by ODF1.1. Its also worth >> mentioning that Olivers' understanding of ODF1.1 lists contradicts e.g. >> with OOo's understanding of ODF1.1 lists. > > For a fact I know that what your proposal states means the way that > KOffice does lists is completely wrong. In other words; your proposal > would make documents created in koffice fail to comply. > > And may I say that I if someone employed by Sun and working on lists > states that the current way of using lists is X and you are stating that > to not be true. Then without looking at the tiny details; I'm certainly > inclined to believe the technician that works on the code. > > Anyway; I read the both proposals and the comparison; > my comparison would be really really simple: > > Propsal by Florian changes behavior incompatible with existing > behavior, proposal by me/Oliver writes down the existing behavior and > expands on that. > > Is there anything more that is relevant? Please stick to the road map posted by our TC chair - see http://www.oasis-open.org/archives/office/200703/msg00362.html, which has been accepted by the TC - see http://www.oasis-open.org/archives/office/200704/msg00005.html Regards, Oliver.