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On 10/3/11 11:07 AM, Ian Lynch wrote:
There has been a proposal to try and get ODF recognised as an official
extension of HTML5.

I think that this is something that should be addressed to OASIS, as the
body responsible for the ODF standard, for a technical evaluation. OASIS
can address W3C and Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group
(WHATWG) on a technical basis, and a joint group of experts can evaluate
if ODF fits into HTML5.

I am sure that Rob Weir will provide a better explanation of what might
and might not happen about ODF and HTML5.

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