"Despite all the OOXML scandals that make 6 countries
question the compromised process of ISO and IEC and despite the
legal threat behind OOXML, Microsoft is still able to confuse
enough people to believe that OOXML is an open format. What seems
to be obvious to us who follow the development may not be so to the
non-technical public. The goal of this post is to bring awareness
of the danger of OOXML to more non-technical public by cutting
through the confusing technical and legal fog, and by making
Microsoft answer directly, in layman's terms, to the two questions:
that of openness and that of legality."
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