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LibreOffice Conference in Berlin will host a dedicated ODF PlugFest
The Document Foundation will primarily focus on the ODF Technical Committees, to represent the largest independent free software community focused on the development and the promotion of "the best free office suite" based on the Open Document Format. LibreOffice is available in over 100 native language versions, more than twice than any comparable software, and is therefore the most sophisticated, feature rich, complete and widespread ODF implementation worldwide.
"Open Standards create a level playing field for digital contents, and make innovation accessible", explains Charles-H. Schulz, one of the members of The Document Foundation Board of Directors and a former director of OASIS. "The Document Foundation decision to join the OASIS Consortium strengthens the whole ODF ecosystem with the addition of the largest independent free software community focused on personal productivity and office suites, capable of reaching over 95% of the world's population with the most accessible ODF implementation".
"The Document Foundation has always been committed to Open Standards, which are a founding principle of the project", says Olivier Hallot, an independent volunteer and a member of TDF Board of Directors. "Although the project was already represented at OASIS through several corporate and individual members, the Board of Directors has decided to step in to give voice to the end users and reduce the influence of corporate interests on the future of the Open Document Format".
The Document Foundation will organize the second LibreOffice Conference in Berlin in mid October. The three day event, which is completely free, will include a dedicated ODF Plugfest, a vendor-neutral interoperability event gathering industry-wide experts of the OpenDocument Format (http://conference.libreoffice.org).
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