KDE Takes Stand on OOXML; GNOME Dithers
Dec 10, 2007, 16:00 (32 Talkback[s])
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"Three cheers for the developers and management of the K Desktop
Environment. They have taken a principled stand on the divisive
issue of OOXML, the Microsoft Office Open XML document format. And
for this the KDE folk deserve a round of applause.
"Microsoft has been trying to push OOXML as an ISO standard in
opposition to the Open Document Format (ODF) which has been
championed by OpenOffice.org and its variants. Microsoft has thus
far failed in its attempts..."