I'm not sure if this is the correct list for my question. But don't you
represent the OpenDocument format?
Looking around in the web I can find a lot of Python packages for
reading and writing files in OpenDocument format. Based on the last
commit date and the count of Issues and RPs, all of them seem
unmaintained and out-dated.
Are you aware of an active project offering a Python package to write
and read OpenDocument format files?
Do you officially support such a project?
Are you aware of the problem with lot of orphaned Python packages? IMHO
this violates the intention of OpenDocument. The packages are outdated
buggy etc. It is better to have none of that packages instead of having
buggy ones. All the projects should be "collected" and validated by the
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