So although there will be a few people up in arms if I describe this as a
    "storm in a teacup", what do they seriously think we have to gain by making
    *political* statements about ODF or OOXML when it's not massively relevant
    to the GNOME community in the first place? If the GNOME Foundation made a
    profound statement on the legitimacy of OOXML, it would be about as helpful
    as a flame from some random commenter on a news website.

The reason this is not so is that Microsoft is trying to spin the
apparent "support" of GNOME into proof that OOXML is not bad for
free software.
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