> Where everyone knows your name: ODF 1.1 formula support in Office SP2
> At the very least, it is regrettable drafting. One of the disciplines
> that ISO review is supposed to bring is clarity in the usage of could,
> should, must, can, may and other terms: the status of every part
> (whether normative required, normative optional, normative deprecated,
> normative disallowed or informative) should be clear. Indeed, a real
> effort was made to make IS26300 conform to the ISO requirements (see
> IS26300 s1.2 Notation) but the use of the particular ISO fast-track
> procedure by OASIS (the PAS procedure) in effect by-passed this review
> at ISO. The result: a standard with holes.
And yet all others got it working, except Microsoft.
MSO importing ODF spreadsheets -> *none* working
MSO exporting ODF spreadsheets -> *none* working
Quite an achievement!
I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person.