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Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for OpenDocument.
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Attached are the presentations from the April 18th ODF Workshop held at the 2007 OASIS Symposium in San Diego.
- Michael Brauer on ODF Past, Present and Future
- Peter Brunet on ODF Accesibility
- Rob Weir on ODF Programmability
- Michael Brauer on the OpenOffice.org ODF Toolkit Project
- Alan Clark's Discussion on Interoperability
- Rob Weir's ODF Interoperability - The Price of Success
This ROADMAP – and the best practices and recommendations it provides – represents
Development of a comprehensive set of OpenDocument sample documents is underway at the Networking and Mobile Computing Laboratory at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the University of Central Florida. Yi Luo and Majid A. Khan are working on the project under the supervision of Dr. Lotzi Boloni. Funding was provided by Intel.
A collection of links to information on OpenDocument.
This article by Erwin Tenhumberg of Sun Microsystems provides a brief introduction to OpenDocument, its history, benefits of use, and available tools.
Erwin Tenhumberg, OASIS Adoption Forum, London, 18 October 2005
On September 3rd OASIS ODF Adoption TC member Rob Weir sat down with KDE community members Jos van den Oever (left) and Inge Wallin (right), in Budapes, at the OpenOffice.org Conference.
They discussed a range of topics, including the design philosphy of KOffice, its use of ODF 1.2's new RDF metadata capabilities and the Nepomuk social semantic desktop project.
You can listen to this interview in our second episode of the ODF Podcast.