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Writing ODF with Qt

The next version of Qt - the cross platform framework most notably used by KDE - will ship with basic ODF write support. More info on the Trolltech Labs blog.

Svante Schubert

ODFDOM - the new opensourced multi-tiered API for the ISO OpenDocument Format

ODFDOM is the name of the upcoming free OpenDocument framework sponsored by Sun Microsystems Inc.

It will be the next evolutionary step after AODL and Odf4j. Designed together with their architects with the intent to provide an easy lightwork programming API for the ODF developer community. ODFDOM is meant to be portable to any object-oriented language.

The first pre-version of the Java 5 reference implementation of ODFDOM is planned to become available under LGPL3 in May 2008.

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My first post on ODF

Being a big proposer of ODF I think I should be able to get an account on the official site. So far there has been a rich ammount of ODF and related topics. So here is who I am..

My name is Alexandro Colorado, lead of and member of the OpenDocument Fellowship. I also been a fierce defender of Open Source technology.
Having this blog I wil put some inf in regard to the OpenDocument future. 


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