The OpenDocument XML.org web site is not longer accepting new posts. Information on this page is preserved for legacy purposes only. For current information on ODF, please see the OASIS OpenDocument Technical Committee.
Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for OpenDocument.
firstname.lastname@example.org is the list used by OASIS ODF Adoption Committee members to conduct their work. Committee membership is required to post.
This book shows you how to take advantage of the OpenDocument format. In addition to explaining the basics, it includes examples showing how to extract information from, transform, and programmatically create OpenDocument files. This book is a work in progress written by J. David Eisenberg for O’Reilly & Associates and submitted to an open review process. The content is licensed under the Free Software Foundation’s GNU Free Documentation License.
The OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Technical Committee maintains and advances the OpenDocument format specification. The group includes Subcommittees for Accessibility, Formula, and Metadata and works closely with the OASIS ODF Adoption Committee. All interested parties are encouraged to participate in this work.
email@example.com is an unmoderated, public mail list that provides an open forum for developers to exchange ideas and information on implementing the OpenDocument OASIS Standard.
This wiki is provided by the OASIS standards consortium as a collaborative tool for members of the OASIS OpenDocument Technical Committee, who are permited to post to its pages.
The ODF Alliance works globally to educate policymakers, IT administrators and the public on the benefits and opportunities of the OpenDocument Format, to help ensure that government information, records and documents are accessible across platforms and applications, even as technologies change.