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Document Freedom Day

Okay, I missed it, even though I’d been part of an email conversation about the first annual Document Freedom Day, which took place on March 26.

Document Freedom Day is a global project to promote an open document format (the real one, ODF) and to help users adopt applications that support ODF.

“ODF leaves space for all present and future vendors to implement it and makes sure that end users won’t suffer from any sort of vendor lock-in. In contrast to earlier used binary formats which were cryptic and difficult to process, ODF’s use of XML makes accessing the document content simple.”

I’m looking forward to an even bigger Document Freedom Day next year!

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