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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Patrick Cormier tagged IMBOK+ODF

Did you ever receive a document you could not open? Chances are the sender used a different programme or version than yours to create it. OpenDocument format avoids users being locked in to particular products or technologies.

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Quinn, who left the CIO post last month, was the keynote speaker here at a workshop Friday on the use of the XML-based ODF in government. Quinn had spearheaded the state IT Division's controversial initiative to save government documents using ODF, a stan

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In his report, "On Equal Terms," National Assembly Deputy Bernard Carayon calls for a law making it compulsory for French government departments to use ODF when they create or distribute documents, and suggests that France ask its European partners to do

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After introducing a Creative Commons add-in for Office, they are now adding a capability to translate the Open XML Office format into the Open Document Format - see the post by Brian Jones

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Today we are announcing the creation of the Open XML Translator project that will help translate between the Office Open XML formats and the OpenDocument format. We've talked a lot about the value the Open XML formats bring, and one of them of course is t

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A good news for the open source community and open standards activists comes with the spring breeze today - the OpenDocument Format (ODF) became an ISO standard. Origining from OpenOffice.org and standardized by OASIS in May 2005, the open document saving

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Microsoft has joined a committee that has a key role in the ratification of OpenDocument as an international standard, leading to accusations that it intends to sabotage the process. Microsoft has denied this accusation, claiming that the only reason why

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