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Poster posts in wrong forum! Go to General where you can be mocked relentlessly!
Debian != General!
I posted a message to NEWS and I think its moderated. 2hours later, As I have no answer by email, I post in my prefered forum: Debian ( Only post this year from me which is not in the proper forum )
Sorry for annoyance
Distribution: UBUNTU 5.10 since Jul-18,2006 on Intel 820 DC
Microsoft has really tried every which way to circumvent open standards and now with Office 12, they are going to introduce OpenXML(tm) which combines ZIP and XML and is available royalty free if you subscribe to OpenXML!?!? Serious. But heres the funny part of it. They are going to introduce one more file extension ???x (xlsx, docx, pptx ...) and it will be the default. I cant imagine the integration scenario with one release of the same single OS suite.