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Subject: Re: [uoml] Liaison role and duties


Hello Alex,

I will try to be there, but unfortunately I have lots of things to do
because my grandmother died on Sunday...
We can also have this conversation by email though, let me find a way to
demo UOML and ODF together.

Regards,
Charles.


Wang Donglin a └crit :
> Charles,
>
> I am back to work.
> RedOffice is an Office suites which is based on OpenOffice. The odt file we attached previously was edited by RedOffice. Since RedOffice has supported UOML, an ODF document can convert to UOML at any time. We add the introduction of RedOffice in tomorrow meeting's agenda.
> Unfortunately, UOML deals with layout-based documents like PDF, not content-based documents like ODF. Therefore, UOML can't operate ODF documents directly.
> See you all tomorrow.
>
> -Alex
>
>
>
>   
>> Hello Alex,
>>
>> I didn't know about the capability of Red Office. It's very interesting.
>> Why do we need an ODF processing software that is not an office suite?
>>
>> The ODF Adoption TC has shown enough ODF-ready office suites. What we need
>> to do know is to sparkle the interest of the developer community around
>> ODF as a format. See for instance the ODF Toolkit project that
>> OpenOffice.org has started. It's all about manipulating ODF documents
>> without an office suite but focusing only on the document operation.
>>
>> Where it becomes interesting though is that UOML is specifically designed
>> in order to perform all kinds of operations on documents, including ODF
>> and UOF documents. So I think it would be a good cooperation that is
>> serving both the interests of the ODF and UOML TCs.
>>
>> Happy New Year to all of you!
>>
>> Charles-H.Schulz.
>>
>>
>>     
>>> Why you need an ODF processing software that is not an office suite?
>>> Currently, RedOffice, a software based on OpenOffice, can convert ODF to
>>> UOML operations.
>>> UOML Writer and Sursen Reader is prepared to open source. We will do it
>>> after we define the license term(require these source code should be
>>> used only for UOML). I beleive Reader and Writer will be best example of
>>> use of UOML.
>>> Today is Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) eve. Spring Festival to
>>> China is the same as Christmas to U.S. and Europe. Happy Chinese New
>>> Year to you all!
>>>
>>> -Alex
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Charles-H.Schulz [mailto:charles-h.schulz@arsaperta.com]
>>> Sent: Friday, February 16, 2007 6:24 PM
>>> To: uoml@lists.oasis-open.org
>>> Subject: [uoml] Liaison role and duties
>>>
>>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> first of all thank you for sending these introductory documents. I'd
>>> like to ask you what -as a liaison with the ODF Adoption TC- you would
>>> like me to do.
>>>
>>> These introductory documents basicall show that ODF documents can be
>>> easily processed with UOML-based operations. Perhaps we could come up
>>> with a common demo:
>>> - ODF processing software that is not an office suite
>>> - Exemple of use of UOML technologies.
>>>
>>> This could be done jointly with the Adoption TC; at least I can ask.
>>> What do you think?
>>>
>>> --
>>> Charles-H.Schulz,
>>> Associ?/ Associate,
>>> Ars Aperta.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>>
>>     
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>         崑
> 撰
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> 				 
>         Wang Donglin
>         dlwang@sursen.com
>           2007-02-27
>
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