Videos from LibreOffice Conference 2019: OpenDocument Format

LibreOffice can open documents in many formats, including Microsoft Office files (.docx, .xlxs, .pptx). But it’s native file format is the fully open and standardised OpenDocument Format (ODF). At the recent LibreOffice Conference 2019 in Spain, community members gave presentations about news and updates for ODF. So, here are the first videos from the presentations (use headphones for best audio quality).

Firstly, Marina Latini and Italo Vignoli explain the COSM project – the Community of ODF Specification Maintainers:

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Version 1.3 of the ODF specification is being developed, and Michael Stahl provides some technical background:

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Finally, Svante Schubert introduces the new ODF Toolkit from The Document Foundation:

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Keep checking the blog – and our Twitter and Mastodon accounts – for more videos in the coming days and weeks!

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