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Old 12-05-2006, 07:54 PM   #1
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LXer: Novell, ODF and Castles in the Sand


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Things are changing very fast in the ODF landscape right now: Last week, Corel announced it would provide limited support by mid-2007 for ODF (open, view and edit of text only but not save), and greater support for OOXML presentations and spreadsheets as well as text.* Yesterday, Carol Sliwa at ComputerWorld released a detailed story on Microsoft's anti-ODF lobbying in Massachusetts.* Later this week, Ecma will formally vote to adopt OOXML and submit it to ISO for consideration (expect things to pick up on a number of fronts when that happens).* And now we have the Novell announcement. What, as they say, does it all mean?

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