"The ODF Plugfest is a Conference whose goal is to to achieve
the maximum interoperability between competing applications,
platforms and technologies in the area of digital document sharing,
and to promote the OpenDocument format (ODF). This page, as the
others that will follow on this website, is a short technical
summary, primarily aimed at developers, of what happened during the
first day of the conference. Later next week I'll also post a
non-technical summary of the whole event at the Stop.
"My own talk, which you can dowload at mfioretti.com, was about
a problem I first saw in 2006/2007: how do you prevent proprietary
components from "polluting" open container formats like ODF?
"Alberto Barrionuevo explained how Opentia contributed to the
Spanish National Interoperability Framework (NIF). This is a very
interesting work, that could and should be replicated in other
countries: Opentia took the full text of the 2007 Spanish law about
e-government and translated it in mathematical format in order to
match, in the most unambiguous possible manner, each legal
requirement to equivalent technical ones."
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