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Subject: Re: [opendocument-users] simple OO.org document goes awry in MS Office 2007 w/SP2 - what went wrong?
On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 2:07 AM, Michael Stahl<Michael.Stahl@sun.com> wrote: > hi Paul, > > marbux wrote: > regrettably, i can't find a online HTML version of ODF 1.0. > for ODF 1.1, see this link: > > http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.1/OS/OpenDocument-v1.1-html/OpenDocument-v1.1.html#outline:4.3.Lists > > especially 4.3.1 List Block and 4.3.4 Numbered Paragraphs. > (in ODF 1.0, these also exist at the same position) > > (given that your entire argument rests on this misunderstanding, and it > seems you can't even be bothered verify this simple fact yourself, i will > now end this conversation; i've got work to do...) Why am I not surprised that a Sun representative simply ignores my business process chain use case and declares a retreat rather than addressing it? Perhaps because Sun (and KDE) did the same when I raised that use case while I was still on the TC? My "entire argument rests on this misunderstanding?" Fast rewrite of history there, Michael. The spec was ambiguous as I said and the ambiguity was blessed by the ODF TC in the form of its adoption of the KDE-Sun proposal for ODF 1.2. Interop be damned. That proposal had nothing to do with interop, as I said. Best regards, Paul -- Universal Interoperability Council <http:www.universal-interop-council.org>