Weekly Links #24
Sean McGrath: KLISS: Author/edit sub-systems in legislative environments
“KLISS [Kansas Legislative Information Services System] makes extensive use of ODF for units of information in the asset repository. “
Here there be Dragons | IT PRO blogs
“Meanwhile, in organisations not beholden to the great god of Seattle, they have gone for free software or bought in one of the many cheap, reliable and better options. Such as SunOffice, NeoOffice and OpenOffice. Their users happily swap ODF files between each other and can all access them. The software is clean and easy to use and did I mention free?”
IDUG Solutions Journal [PDF]
Includes an article “Using DB2 pureXML and ODF Spreadsheets”
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