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Weekly Links #7

  • “lpOD 0.9.1 “Granada” is released

    lpOD 0.9.1 has just been released, together with its documentation. You can download lpOD 0.9.1 here.”

    tags: ODF

  • “OTRC organized one day workshop regarding Free Document Formats on Document Freedom Day (31st March, 2010). The program targeted IT focal persons from different ministries of Nepal Government and other Open Document enthusiasts.

    The following presentations were delivered during the event.

    1. Welcome and Introduction – Jwalanta Shestha
    2. FOSS in Nepal and Open Documents – Subir Pradhanang
    3. Why Document Freedom – Laxmi Khatiwads
    4. Open Document: The Essence – Abhishek Singh
    5. Role of Document Freedom in eGovernance – Bibek Paudel
    6. Nirvikalpa CD Demo – Suraj Sapkota”

    tags: ODF, DFD

  • “Version 1.2 beta 3, April 13, 2010 jOpenDocument-1.2b3-jdk5.jar (Java 5)”

    tags: ODF

  • “EU telecoms ministers took an important step towards diluting the market dominance of Microsoft’s Office software on Monday (19 April) when they agreed to roll out online services using more interoperable document formats, according to Brussels-based competition lawyers.”

    tags: ODF

  • “The ODF Plugfest is a Conference whose goal is to to achieve the maximum interoperability between competing applications, platforms and technologies in the area of digital document sharing, and to promote the OpenDocument format (ODF). This page, as the others that will follow on this website, is a short technical summary, primarily aimed at developers, of what happened during the first day of the conference.”

    tags: ODF

  • Final Notes from the ODF Plugfest in Granada
  • “The second day of the Plugfest followed the same general scheme of the first one (covered in a separated page): a non-technical introduction followed by lots of hacking, feature analysis and product anticipations.”

    tags: ODF

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