"On one side were the principals of the shuttered ODf (again, an
organization that's not to be confused with 'the Format') who claim
that in conversations or e-mails, both IBM and the W3C have,
independently of each other, validated the notion that the W3C's
Compound Document Format specification (CDF) could play a role in
storing and retrieving productivity (a.k.a. 'office') documents
(word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, etc.)..."
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