Re: Boilerplate copyright agreement for commercial exploitation

On Llu, 2006-05-15 at 15:25 +0200, Dave Neary wrote:
> I can certainly post a copy in ODT later in the week which gets converted into
> .doc every time we need to go to the lawyers... I won't always have the time to
> do it promptly, though.
> I will note that there are several high-quality free software programmes that
> can read and write the bits of the .doc format which are important for lawyers.

- There are open standards, and GNOME is an open standards based body
- A ".doc" file may render in many different ways, especialy if it
contains macros. Which is definitive, the contract as rendered by MS
Word or by Abiword or by OpenOffice ?


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