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Hi Christian, wrote:
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.

If you are a developer, and looking for ODF library support, I think a
better place to ask is the LibreOffice developer list (large
audience), or the odftoolkit list (much smaller, nominally about the
Java ODF toolkit, but you'll find many ODF standard afficionados

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