a 'mooh' point

clearly an IBM drone

Testbed

This is meant to be used as a test of the blog engine.

Please note that if you specify your email address you will likely receive emails when other people perform tests. 

 

[code=csharp] public delegate MyDelegate(object o, EventArgs e); [/code]

[code=xml]<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<office:document-content
  xmlns:office="urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:office:1.0"
  xmlns:text="urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:text:1.0"
  xmlns:table="urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:table:1.0"
  office:version="1.1">
  <office:body>
    <office:spreadsheet>
      <table:table table:name="Sheet1" table:protected="true" table:protection-key="GP/dLT3aX7DfrbOCH/PuEuj01Kw=" >
        <table:table-row >
          <table:table-cell office:value-type="float" office:value="10">
            <text:p>10</text:p>
          </table:table-cell>
        </table:table-row>
        <table:table-row>
          <table:table-cell office:value-type="string">
            <text:p>Dear Rob Weir. Please prove by this example that ODF is an "interoperable"
            document format and tell me how a consuming application should determine if the
            user should be allowed to modify the document. I do not think that it is.
            In fact I think that your statements that ODF is a document format that
            provides interoperability are brash, irresponsible and indefensible
            pieces of bombast that you should retract.</text:p>
          </table:table-cell>
        </table:table-row>
      </table:table>
    </office:spreadsheet>
  </office:body>
</office:document-content>[/code] 

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