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We have started such a development and we also have some basic functionality in place and we would be happy to release the code. There are also some real time collaboration features implemented. So far it is writer and calc we have been working on. Impress, draw and base is as of now totally unsopported

Den 03.10.2011 11:56, skrev Olivier Hallot:

Em 03-10-2011 06:07, Ian Lynch escreveu:
There has been a proposal to try and get ODF recognised as an official
extension of HTML5. On the face of it it sounds a good idea but I
don't know enough about the details or whether this is already in
progress. I guess it would require discussion with W3C, OASIS, and
probably TDF and ASF as a minimum. A logical technical need could be
to develop ODF rendering and editing in web browsers. To start with
this might simply be a limited subset of what can be achieved in

Just for the summary of the issue, this has already been discussed long time ago...

But of course, there was no HTML5 at that time...


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