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On Mon, 2011-04-25 at 11:17 +0200, CaStarCo wrote:
2011/4/25 Italo Vignoli <>

On 04/25/2011 08:59 AM, todd rme wrote:

 Sounds like latex

Apart from discussions on the characteristics of the file format, ebooks
are definitely outside the scope of The Document Foundation. There are
already several organizations working around ebooks, and taking care of the
related problems.


Wich organizations? I think that if we have to trust that these
organizations will innovate we are going to wait a very long time. I know
that I am not a guru and not and expert, but I think that this work is not
impossible.. then, why the actual ebooks are that set of static crap? why
it's so difficult to make technic books for ebook readers? the usage of
semantic data is restricted in a very poor set of cases... and the
"standard" format EPUB is very Spartan.


I was writting to the OpenDocument Foundation

Close - but not quite - this is a list for The Document Foundation.

The OpenDocument standard is overseen by a different organization, OASIS

 because i thought it was a
little more than LibreOffice... It's only LibreOffice?

I hope that it will be eventually.


Drew Jensen

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