Are you writing code that works with ODF? Open source, commercial, in-house, internationally distributed, written in Python, Java, Ruby, C++ or Haskell, a one person project or with a team of dozens — if it is done with ODF and is interesting, then I want to hear about it and help share your story.
Here’s the deal. Drop my a line, via email or the comment form, and I’ll arrange to either call you or send you some interview questions via email, things like:
- What did you do?
- How did you do it?
- What tools did you use?
- Why ODF?
- What worked well and what didn’t?
- What next?
If the software is available for me to run and review, then so much the better.
I’ll then write up a story and feature it on my blog and on OpenDocument.xml.org. You’ll get some free publicity, and you’ll help me tell the continuing story of innovation with ODF. It’s a win-win, community thing. My intent to is have this be an ongoing feature in 2007.
I’m especially seeking anyone who is going beyond the traditional heavy-weight editor paradigm and is starting to look at other modes of use for ODF.
Feel free to share this invite with others who may be interested.