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Subject: Re: [office] A proposed resolution


Rob, have you considered the ODF TC option of establishing a harmonization sub committee, where your work on UOF might serve as a useful guideline for JTC1/SC34 MS Ecma 376 considerations? 


On 2/8/07, robert_weir@us.ibm.com <robert_weir@us.ibm.com> wrote:

I'd like to propose the following resolution for consideration on Monday's TC call.  

I think it is self-explanatory, but please ask question or suggest revisions as needed.





1) That the ODF TC welcomes any questions from ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34 and
member NB's regarding OpenDocument Format, the functionality it
describes, the planned evolution of this standard, and its relationship
to other work on the technical agenda of JTC1/SC34

2) That the ODF TC has welcomed and continues to welcome the
participation of all companies, agencies and individuals with an
interest in editable office document formats.

3) That the ODF TC request that the OASIS Liaison to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34
communicate this Resolution to the SC34 Secretariat and request that
this communication be entered into the document registry of SC34.

Gary Edwards
The OpenDocument Foundation, Inc.
Redwood City, CA USA 94063
(650) 365-0899
(650) 888-2268 c.

Founding member of the OASIS OpenDocument TC

Founding member of  the OpenDocument Foundation, Inc. - a USA 501c(3) non profit chartered in the public interest to support, develop and promote the OASIS OpenDocument XML file format.

OpenDocument is the world's first "universal file format".  But it's also central to the future of the Open Internet.  So the Foundation charter includes another most important objective.  The Foundation seeks to increase the participation of open source communities and individuals in the formal "Open Standards" process.  By joining OSS with vendors and traditional organizations in the work of perfecting truly Open Standards, the Foundation believes that the Open Internet we enjoy today will remain open for future generations to come.

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