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From Reizinger Zoltán <>
Subject Re: ODF and HTML 5
Date Mon, 03 Oct 2011 11:16:30 GMT
2011.10.03. 12:39 keltezéssel, Ian Lynch írta:
> On 3 October 2011 10:40, RGB ES<>  wrote:
>> 2011/10/3 Ian Lynch<>
>>> A logical technical need could be
>>> to develop ODF rendering and editing in web browsers.
>> Something like WebODF?
>> They even have an app on android market to display ODF documents on smart
>> phones (I never used it: my cell phone is only useful for phone calls...)
> Yes I have it on my phone, but I don't use desk based files for
> information very much mainly direct in web pages. WebODF is a good
> start. Just seemed that If ODF was an official part of HTML 5 it would
> get increasingly wide support and so would help strategically with
> marketing.  OASIS should be the focus but the more support from a wide
> range of organisations, the more likely it is to happen.
No that way.
If I know correctly the ODF among others, uses HTML, XML and other 
standards, see normative references in ODF 1.2:
It uses the latest issued version HTML 4.0,  if the HTML 5 is out, the 
HTML 5 version can be used in ODF, when the OASIS TC creates new ODF 
version, or reviews 1.2.
That means no such possibility in marketing.

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