What's up at the OpenDocument Foundation?

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Nov 8, 2007 3:01 AM EDT
Linux.com; By Joe Barr
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The OpenDocument Foundation, founded five years ago by Gary Edwards, Sam Hiser, and Paul "Buck" Martin (marbux) with the express purpose of representing the OpenDocument format in the "open standards process," has reversed course. It now supports the W3C's Compound Document Format instead of its namesake ODF. Yet why this change of course has occurred is something of a mystery.

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