Re: GNOME Foundation Elections 2007. Let's start the debate!

    > We should then back that up by only providing
    > a oneway OOXML to ODF converter.

    Doesn't that lock our users in?

Data in a publicly documented standard format is not locked-in.

   Isn't that bad by principle?

Locking people in is bad, but that's impossible to do with free
software, so we need not worry about it.  Because people are free to
change free software, whatever we decide is not imposed on them.

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