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Well for a reader is not such a big deal if it's HTML5 or nor, but if there
were a Office Suite, like Microsoft Docs & Google Docs, that should be in
HTML5! But apparently no one has started such a thing and no one seems to be
interested. IBM is working on one and Oracle is already offering one, at
least both are ODF based! I'm wondering why libre office is not interested
in developing an HTML5 complete office Suite.

On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 18:15, Christophe Strobbe <> wrote:

Hi Jaime,

Are you aware of WebODF <>?
It was presented at the ODF Plugfest in Brussels in October last year. See
<> (browse down to "ODF on the web".)
(I know it uses XHTML 1.0 Strict instead of HTML5.)

Best regards,


 At least we should start with a ODF reader, it doesn't have to be a
it can be a HTML5 application.

On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 10:00, Ian Lynch <> wrote:

What would be better if more difficult would be to have a Writer/Calc
to Firefox using the extensions so you could have a WP or SS as an
to your web browser. Since in Europe Firefox is reported to have
IE as the most popular browser that would provide an immediate route to
of users. Google pay Mozilla to have their search as the default because
the number of Firefox users for a reason.

Christophe Strobbe
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