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[tdf-discuss] Re: OpenOffice dead and burried?


Hi Kurti


And not IAccessible2 is the only useful application which future is
uncertain.
There are many other tools (migration wizard, document analyzer,
share-point connector, ODF modul for MSO) which were not open source
licensed but were mainly free to use and helped a lot integrating OO.o into
Windows environment and for doc migrating.


From my limited knowledge I would say the ODF add-in is still open source
(but seems to be abandoned).

http://odf-converter.sourceforge.net/

In my opinion it would be strategic to TDF (in colaboration with OASIS) to
revive this project.


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