https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=103144

--- Comment #2 from Robert Pollak <robert.pol...@posteo.net> ---
So the first step would be to implement _accepting_ zstd-compressed documents,
then wait for a decade? :-/

Or is there any chance this could get accepted into a future version of the
OpenDocument standard? Who of LibreOffice is participating in the corresponding
OASIS committees?

But probably Zstandard has to prove its advantages "in the wild" before. Could
there e.g. be an additional output format like .ods.zst that behaves like an
(uncompressed, see bug 71044) ods contained in a Zstandard archive?

An example why it could be worth it: I am currently working with an ods file of
34 MB that recompresses with Zstandard to only 9 MB in irrelevant time.

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