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the rights of our next speaker Luisa yes some movement on the future of open documents the because a few it was thank you for this wonderful although I the some of the balls of half a setting up what monitors on it's encouraging so well my 1st remark as other thing could be it's also that you're all here but there was way too crowded because this topic is very important I will talk about RDF and RDF needs power the earth is is something which is a tool to stretch more freedom for users everywhere because it's a standard format which we which we would like to have as many machines as possible and which is essential for a company and exchanging data in a in a few minutes so that's what this talk is gonna be about and let's hope that through gets even follow the that about me I
and civil servant for the Dutch government I worked for the Ministry of the Interior and and tasked partially part of our job is to work on the RDF specification since 2015 the Dutch government has taken an important interest more than they did before in the RDF standards and they decided they want somebody on the ODF to see to speak on their behalf and make sure that the standard stays stable and say is useful for them and maybe even incorporates new features which are useful for the government I've quite a history in ODF and is often related to India and consumer ODF logo over that our eyes In this room 5 years ago talking about whether if we choose including if you full the browser is just JavaScript and it opens your data files I also want which is a huge based uh office suites which is part of the KDE project and those are my 2 main coding a good coding tasks on earlier so that's government has set itself very ambitious goal so they want to do all communication with the citizens digitally from 2 thousand and 17 and that's a big thing I mean everybody is carrying mobile phones computers but that's it that's another thing I notice only a decade of the block area slightly powerful mobile phones and so and governments are not always known for being very good at doing suffer and being digital he says setting this go astray very measures amateur for going make it but and the ceramic tries and there's a big difference so between analog and digital when you were talking with the government analytically you would have to speak the language of the country right so if you knew the dictionary and how to string all the words together you could talk to somebody from government the police officer the judge or the person you municipality your mail but if you do a digitally somehow does a lot more protocol evil right you have whole stack of so you the use the genus is years and that's just the network stuff and go down here we have the pdf is quite complicated so how sure everybody has a machine which does it for them but this machine someone has to be made right this software also has to be written it has to stay stable it has to be trustworthy in communicating this information so these standards have to be selected well I'm going to observation there already quite a few other things the government is doing digitally and 1 of them
is a very popular thing for governments to do these days in is digital putting data line just huge blocks of data about any topic you can imagine and this is the portal for the Dutch government I so overnight bother now that means governments and dates of all that data so you can start here in a lot of different datasets and get the data as in the in the in the number of file formats and the licenses are openly and all of most datasets I see the total number of datasets 7 thousand 390 3 and only 2 of them I don't have opened license so people are encouraged to reuse of code that's 1 of the ways in the community not only that is to publish government documents all line if you're a municipality or a province is gonna work on wrote uh based published that your local newspaper but these days and this analysis all uh decentralized parts of government have to publish that in inessential websites and on this website and you can download these documents in a number of formats now unfortunately the united for the format of the media but you can still see the names I have and it says in the format of the media format so this document is a text from a discussion of parliament and it's available in format um you slightly you into
how we create and see the items that so that is what the file formats out so internally we create all these documents in government specific XML format it specific for the Netherlands at the moment but we're looking into the adopting international standards for that that is the file format with the highest information we also provided a PDF that's nice suffix layout of fuel primitives and submission uture format we also support fixation all because that's easy to view and browse and lastly we published a document is ODT because that's the best format for you to reuse parts of the document if you want to copy and paste into a different document that the best format use so these are just 3 standards and that the government should be using should examined that has to make a list of what are the best standards and we have a
website for that as well this is a sites for the standardization on standards would like government and you can get the necessity of the audience so that user knows that both of these standards are on this list and this is very long as it doesn't fit in between them and such function and so it looks like uh the policies very good right we creating thousands of documents every day in some formats of and we have this whole list of files formats to use but if you need and how they actually use in small less centralized uh areas of the government then the numbers can you less and as was next slide is about and the reason bottled coming to reason that makes
so here are some numbers from a report which will be published in a few days which is doing something very simple but what's being done is just look at 2 websites in this case from from cities and from provinces and count how many instances of each file types are available on the web site I can see that of them for 3 years and that only the as 0 in the early on columns but the law does have significant numbers so these are part of government which still have to comply to the policy they are not following the national policy yes i is not a graph showing the uh the ratio between the uh usability and dock and um you can see that and there's only 1 in the summer of 2014 when nature of all of the of a book entirely which is good right that means there's more morbidity them and about and then for some reason began in the year after I don't know why this is I'm the suffice to say of
the book is not optimal is another graph and this is showing what people are requiring in the procurements if government needs a bit of software they have to make a procurement and institute better say I want this offer to follow these and these standards and the policy is that they should ask for so this lists how many of the tenders actually lists the rights and and issues of the 1 . 2 which is a version of earlier that's government follows only 90 % of the relevant and this actually mention this number so this is something that also can be improved the reason why these numbers are is a video is partially because the policy does not have uh that if you don't comply with the policy you that there's no consequence to so it's just a goodwill from the different parts of government at the moment so maybe we should be a bit stricter things now
this is not a website which allows you to search for municipalities to see what soft practice they're using and so you can see which uh if if the sort of artificial municipalities you
refuse to and if you do research there are 16 available government related suffer pragmatists which uh which do you have a moment OK let's go to different country
UK the UK is doing very well whatever sentence they had uh 1 and a half years ago about music actually they made a call to ask the people in England in the UK start what's standards you think is more on forms what should we as a government a standardized on there was a lot of feedback and most of it was very very positive that the government should be using earlier so that's all did but this is the proposal they nodes and yeah well
in this world but um this is the actual guidance for the UK government's 2 years earlier so this is document which was written to help all the civil servants to learn how to do with media and what I very much like about this document is that at the bottom of it tell us explicitly the reasons for using earlier in just a couple of points it says we use only a from 1 to use because it allows citizens businesses and other organizations to share and documents with government and the other way around in last people working in government to share an identical documents with each other so as simple language is very good and it's a reliable long-term solution for storing and accessing information that is compatible with a wide range of very good reasons it's basically boil down to especially had with their with the synthesis about what to use and of this document was last updated in the town of and they have been making good progress in actually implement this and the the people who are responsible for steering all of government to to was this far in the Cabinet Office and that's just the premise so they have the right tools to be able to make it up and it's
necessary because if you look across the EU the adoption of death could we do and that was uh a campaign fix my documents which was about uh just counting how many ODF documents I used within Europe and if you
look at those numbers you see that it's also not break right who seek to use columns the bond and the PDF but then ODS is almost and the only peaceful mainly empty and only T is quite critical uh so uh and only within the European Commission the European Parliament and Council of the EU they're much using this file format so I think we should tell them forcefully what the advantages of this formatis are and what the potential savings are and what the long-term storage all uh and improvements of this file formats are
but also the news there was a talk in the uh by Intel of annually uh yesterday that the English army is switching to leave office and standardizing on the audio file formats they are because of the heavy equipment they have certain security related the requirements and that was part of the reason why they chose Oh yes so the leading Italian association is very active in and getting getting people to switch to eject an excellent job and this is a great success for them additional outside of Europe there
also highlights the current status in Taiwan is very good only have decayed becomes the national standard format and becomes a national policy to use earlier to make documents this is great news right and they're aiming to 14 and like that leave office in 2017 the states well you may notice that this is a different themes life because I estimate from the person who was reporting on this at the end leave of office conference lost all and he had to postponed because this was lost a lot of time is made migrating to ODS now so that and I hope they succeed but there's a lot to do many people just don't know what so urgent about using RDF as a file format and that's why there is a part of commercial materials being made right this is a lot of it is all that we had a meeting of sodium that's in the Netherlands and this was a document which was handed out and i've copies of it over here the copies and this version on Dutch but we have translations in many languages if you would like to download version of this also they can go to the website of open form Europe and uh look for it if you can't find you can e-mail me I will find the not sure it's very easy to find uh but it's and it's a very nice guy and he just explained in simple terms what the advantages of performance art right you get rid of the local and the you can right you can change you can sit change of software provided because you have noticed on that so that these these are the advantages explained in layman's terms in
this nice and go it work another example which I think will help the adoption of ODS is the document liberation project I guess it's not many people you know about this project and number of hands who have heard of this 1 yes of course OK well let's say 10 maybe that what this all throughout the commemoration products they take all files for which the software has long been updated income drummer model systems anymore they look at all the binary details of this file formats and then they write a translator to make it translates to ODS and why did they choose ODF because we have basically has so many features that you can translate almost anything into India and of course it's a stable open standards which are you of what's in the norm of the weight ranges suffer the end at the inner workings of ODS has anybody ever looked here inside of an audio file and that's what we already OK for a good yes so about half the people you know that only froze basically is if I'm right and in this file their XML files and this society involved in this filing in each similar is that we use as but in Libya examined with of styles and only of styles they they derive from C is s so all the statements like saying this fall should form should be bold or underline it should be left or right that's all taken from C is s but what's at the top is 7 named files and automatic files that can be applied to parts of documents so it adds something with properties as to make it easy to work with sees as type of styling in Office documents and for images we used the you like this you just like it's analysis the only thing which is not part of the RDF standard is to define a scripting language there are a lot of points in the document format we can say this is a point where a scripting language the tying but the language itself is not standardized so your office suite may offer a number of languages to do use that in the limited to just 1 but as bigger with prayer now and that is again this is a container everything is in 1 5 if you get a single file from web and you you check and what services meeting all the files from can be 10 different services so she tried to store your document for later use that's quite a challenge sure you can browse is also the possibility to have noticed but a lot the materials which are included other many these days and when you have your mind on guaranteed that whatever is in your document is simply in part sometimes people put a link to get up information externally but the common way of using it is to put everything in this saves container and that's very good for people who want to read the document in 10 years time the website be long gone but the final and all the stuff that's needed to render it is still available yep value has come a long way its officially since 2005 but the work on the started in 2001 so it took about 4 years to get to the 1st version so it didn't just come out of nothing them and the 1st version was very frequently already 1 . 1 just small things which some small fixes and then 1 . 2 was a big bang because most of the again at that point we added RDF support which means semantic information can be added to your documents and a very important condition was to standardize the form spreadsheets in ODF 1 . 1 and 1 . 0 odds there was no time to actually write down what the formalist meaning and what the what all the formulas do all the functional form and that was this was added in 1 2 so for 2 on it's a very very complete and I expect another very good position bring to was the addition of uh signing a document so they can digitally signed document so that you can see how this document was really created by person X the that by the way something that's and the government will not yet doing I'm and and I would like to see that we are a sign of documents so that if I download a file from the government website and sent it to somebody that they can see that is not a fact I created but it was really a from the person that you can really see that was really an official yes all and only the body in a standardized way systemic that's where we do all the work but we also push the standards to ISO and that gets a blessing and that blessing can take quite a long you see the linear 1 . 2 2 uh slightly less than 4 years to finally get approved but this shit finally happened so if you are in a place where you need to have only ISO standards you can now also use a different to how do we create the standards is like so such where you that we want see what those and I think need a very open process part of so this is a list of standards which we have in the dutch government and the requirements for that this is that it's a very open process and anybody can join and I no patent warranties to be paid from standard and these also the the the guidelines for the work is being done at wasted so the always has a number of different other standards for example legal XML which is a standard for writing uh moles in XML the we have a phone call from once we get what we do then is we apply to comment on the main list if you have an issue with only a few can us and we discuss issues in the issue tracker which we are currently very busy this is getting through a back we have neglected when information for a while and you know doing a lot of churn through the issues so if you look at a ah issue tracker um which is 0 also open and you can find it all of fire on beauty of websites you can
see that we are discussing which issues to put into the next version 1 . 3 and which issues were gonna postponed until later and then we went accept the change we change the the specification and since this year we complicated the process instead of just putting it FIL follows in pools with actually using SVM now so doesn't have get unfortunately the SVM but it works fine for inspection specification is the the that is the other members of the TC at the moment these are the people that right this fact it's nice to know who they are and the 2 nodes involved you can see that there are 4 individuals so people just I think it's important standard and that's what Adorno our this 1 person from Microsoft there is no person from IBM anymore unfortunately uh they stopped contributing of course they took an interest in earlier when they uh require acquired the court or when they decided to work for they always have an interest in earlier because of the symphony sweet but they also to uh to together with it in the Apache Foundation of OpenOffice but that putting out of that now so there's nobody from the IBM and the way to the sea but we had somebody from automation which is a Hungarian company that makes a version of a of year office this that base well the could base with that and this of course this our somebody from document formation somebody from CIP laps which is a company in Munich which has the effect of support from the from red heads of the dutch government and then that's it they used to be somebody from KDE but he went to the that's government OK now how can we improve ODF formal people around we have this standard to improve interoperability that means if I send you a file you can open it added that sent back to me and we will have the same time you will see the same things and that means that all the software has to implement the standard correct but from experience I'm sure you all know that if you even if you have a different version of particular office suite things in so long you might miss information and so this these arrows here of document flow they probably make everybody cringe because even though we want to have interoperability is not supposed to smooth over time so how can we well 1st of all we have to convince the people who write the software to join the standardization process and actually we've seen in the past that the many incentives to not standardize right if you control file all if you control the extensions that you saved then you have a position where your users captured right so that incentives for nodes vandalizing which is why we should support the companies that do you even that MIT pressure to do so but if they if only due to that's a great thing on and that helps us to come to a point where it is a software is not the file format right and that is what still many people think that right I send you were sorry what did you see some media file I don't know what the word for is that the binary people don't understand what the differences that and that this is important education points very tough on the now if somebody could come up with a nice fairy tale to explain people on my silly to explain the difference the softened file format that works every time there would be a big feet on there's members of my family would explaining the system for a long time but this is again so it's it's tough to to to to look at me about this uh but if we let people in control so people a lot of organizations about this and they understand it that will can can really help speed up the adoption another thing is that I would like editors of RDF to be gentle but what I mean by that is that when they opened this is a file and they open the XML inside its what they also do is they translate that into their internal memory model and say that back as a different while it's still ODF but it has different conventions in the right maybe they have a different name name scheme for naming the automatic styles or maybe they will prefer 1 type of elements over the other when they have similar functionality and I think suffosion do that it should just take the example as it this and when I type in a paragraph just at the characters there that this is a bit into the future on 1 hand on for that established office suites leave office microsoft office who looks they don't work in this way and it would be easy to make them work in that way but it would be good if they went in that direction I know of 2 office suites sufferers that can do this and that week's documents which is a cloud-based solution and what they do is they have a document and then they just send operations to so all the server they store the actual and then they stack the changes to the document on top of that so you always have the original document and just a minimal set of changes to your document so that if they don't understand something for example the graph so that they may not have so far made under standard but they don't touch it they just leave it alone and they they can render its ODF tells you that if you have a sort of fancy objects in your file you should also put in image next to it so that even if I conference render the fancy object I can still render the or the which is next so you the readily if and when something is funny ones at the moment which do this but I encourage anybody would like to uh some programming odious offered to take this approach of the words the I'm not sure of this was
the next slide and taking the just the so what about this is a
little more because my locally as in the
mind and uh this was that so of all of these things and long time and it's like but so lot of finding the right so I
can tell you what the next ones will be and
that's to say that we can also do it instead as well as we don't have office suites which uh which uh gentle to the RDF files which you can test the and i . with OK and it's still this wonderful but you can see that uh the silence I'm not sure if this is this we
need general editors but we also need testing so what we have done in the last uh music you so is that what fast and what this is where implement the of suffer come together and they sit in a room and they test all their implementations to see if they work in the same way we have the 11th like this in the last September so we already had
11 show which is a lot because you to all of you but we haven't ruled out of here yet but at that point in my life maybe we'll go to tell in the future I would be nice
I know this was a picture from the 1st forecast which was also made and his is picture of the level of 1st and doesn't the with a bit more grade something will exchange of the so
how does it work how do we go about testing but we come together in 1 location which a of you go to this website which is a wiki and there we have scenarios for example we have a scenario for creating a spreadsheet with a graph you create a spectrograph you save the file to the wiki as somebody opens it in a different office we and he looks to see how this especially with the graph OK what are the values of the graph what are the colors in correct OK is not correct and then you analyze the results and write them into which what you see is still so we have done it 11 times already and 1 day we can maybe do 8 scenarios if lucky after setting up the laptop so that's not really going to give us a lot of coverage for a standard which is hundreds of times the so we improve this are way of working and uh the but 1st we had in London and the 1 before I hate what we did that is we uh roads test and then when automatically so we went from the specification and wrote small snippets of external which we represent the documents respectable that so people don't have to do that and then we collected the results onto relational against all of this was done before the actual plot so the is also could be wrapped by the people coming to the practice and they could discuss what what which office with was was doing wrong we was it right or maybe because of what and then we collect all these results in to report is the example of such a test so it's a simple text can and basically says and so and um that's the inputs and the outputs has to be entity in 1 of the very and the fire within 6 now in this form as you still have 1 paragraph and we count that ultimately by writing and it's not a question there so yeah it's often that's the slight large all text text will the so 1 paragraph that counts 1 if that's not what then something went wrong in loading and saving of that of this simple type of test we have moments of these and further so the last lecture among London and test results in a page like this so you see the red and green colors that uses universal code for good are all somewhat through some of Hall's to the 1st line has a validation test those are easy because what every document has developed so we test every document which we say the developed itself and it you can meet the the headings here but uh the 1st letter of lots 1 next in I then that yeah want something and Microsoft is ready and so not everyone validating in time the 2nd line the naval event incomprehensible that's the usability issue in the test the face have basically when this test cells is test if if you have a wave through a text if you have line of link that actually I retained in the document and the only see what the 1 a screenshot of the implementation shows you can see it coming out of the ones you away if I took a particularly nasty test the 1 for which many of these failed because you will not just on the vernacular line and the red blocks above indicates that it's even using the information that should be aligned through so not only does not render it's it's actually losing the information that document is nested after growth of about the same as finding word that would let you live offices and expose the audience comes through nicely but that that's because it's a general underfunded but think about the office thus retain the fact that there should be a line and the red in when the year life but they if we change the information of the does from 1 but it doesn't lead us to take effect and this is enlightenment Microsoft so this is a point where we can now having hundreds of these tests minutes to go through all of them on at the last block test and we have no lot 1st he wrote what you 10 more minutes on that fits perfectly and the test we write down a lot about the work has about 70 it has about and then they need to handle on that up and then we these numbers these are actual numbers where the environment is within the the set S is a number that we have to go and fixed but it's only for 1 area we only look at text mining at this point so even though we managed to really a lot of tests we didn't get through all the specification so it's still not fast enough we still need to level up once more to do more testing following the news that well I nearly like to come to a situation where we have something like the acid test the acid test is uh this was hit in 2005 and have roses were really really something that somebody came up with that of HTML which is so crazy but if you show that in the browser it looked like this 1 well in the last 6 years just the big block as those in the 7 while break is much better it's quite that we don't yet we are not in this situation as bad as this but we do want and we we also went on to say have a
smiley face you can say that hundred either 100 passes for most of of the when we 1st have to make sure the we have a test
movement and we would also like to make it easier for implementers of ODS to find information about what's a particular office we support we saw in the previous test that if you want a wavy lines sending it to somebody with uh toolbox that he would see the line at all right so and we can we provide users with this information can make website wages drag your file on top of it and it will tell you this file will look OK in these office suites and this is why and these are the links to the bug reports about that's what we're doing right now and that's what this slide and so we made a design as you can see it's very pretty it's actually almost unreadable had after we made this of this with some the sum of the product of the meat is wonderful workflow of doing all the testing and then when I can only try to the corrected it took some time but I managed and now we're busy implementing a web site where people can go to and upload ODF documents see what they look like in a different office suites and if there's something wrong isolate what the problem is with an external editor insights so at that point you need a bit of expertise or you just labelled documents can expert look at this and then we isolated test case given the name and accounting functions so people from different implementations can talk about what's all if maybe you in this specification itself is unclear uh or it is just a few of these error in particular of of street and that way I hope that we can accelerate and that's all the office suites come to a common understanding of how to show you a million and this sites should have a
school what that would be the most also the right that you you come back and say well what is which office which is in the lead to very on being the best at random in the apartment or anything you documents these numbers our real but the names are moved just to avoid or that the numbers are from the previous only about the text so I I I removed the the office we to avoid this ending up on more somewhere because it's just part of the specification which we've been testing but we would like to have a picture for the whole ODF specification like this based on actual data way can drill down and show data about the text or the formulas for the graph or the images on the presentations that's the that's the next step yeah so that the future will
ya so but the huge of RDF also you in the audience because your computer users everybody is writing office documents I hope you all using RDF and the glass I just trust that you but I also hope that you help spread the word about RDF and talk to your Government talk to your company but they should really she uses standard and if you can't write RDF sulfur is also is all the fun of and if you were on a test set themselves a great we hope to have this testing serve up this year which will streamline the testing process but will also continue having the Plugfest so if you interested in coming to 1st you can also do that that said if the we following questions on you know that a I can repeat the question if you want but higher so you say did an open different formats speech features ch sophistication cease all only accepted image formats RPG in which people to theory and also father remember words OpenDocument format specifications there was no such restrictions so salute uh OpenOffice and the refused to use so almost appropriate various image formats as a replacement for a graphics and so long has a change recently all is just that art that enemies to the stage yes and so the specification encourages you to use PNG and SVG as images due bankers also for a course and you're you're really asking is uh our not only office still to their vector-graphics format in when there's a right well I this presentation was created would leave office 5 0 and it has the hostages which have within there so I say looked inside a file and it just had the lowest use so at least in the 1st 5 is fine and it's also find in Canada is also fundamentally if I'm not sure about if I don't think of an office changed it so that probably still right to the SVM format which is the criteria to say that how they other questions mood of speech is much too few but
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Innerer Punkt
Brennen <Datenverarbeitung>
Bit
Prozess <Physik>
Punkt
Momentenproblem
Formale Grammatik
Versionsverwaltung
Familie <Mathematik>
Element <Mathematik>
Extrempunkt
Eins
Richtung
Standardabweichung
Vorlesung/Konferenz
Umwandlungsenthalpie
Lineares Funktional
Nichtlinearer Operator
Extremwert
Nummerung
Dateiformat
Texteditor
Software
Druckverlauf
Menge
Rechter Winkel
Festspeicher
Server
Dateiformat
Information
Textverarbeitung
Standardabweichung
Maschinenschreiben
Subtraktion
Ortsoperator
Selbst organisierendes System
Mathematisierung
Knotenmenge
Informationsmodellierung
Software
Office-Suite
Datentyp
Zeitrichtung
Optimierung
Maßerweiterung
Bildgebendes Verfahren
Basisvektor
Schreib-Lese-Kopf
Soundverarbeitung
Physikalisches System
Elektronische Publikation
Datenfluss
Quick-Sort
Office-Paket
Objekt <Kategorie>
Office-Paket
Hypermedia
Gamecontroller
Wort <Informatik>
Rechenschieber
Vorlesung/Konferenz
Basisvektor
Formale Grammatik
Software
Standardabweichung
Rechter Winkel
Office-Suite
Elektronische Publikation
Dateiformat
Computeranimation
Cross-site scripting
Eins
Softwaretest
Videospiel
Texteditor
Punkt
Gruppe <Mathematik>
Implementierung
Resultante
Bit
Punkt
Momentenproblem
Atomarität <Informatik>
Browser
Gradient
Übergang
Homepage
Eins
Volumenvisualisierung
Kontrollstruktur
Gerade
Funktion <Mathematik>
Umwandlungsenthalpie
Softwaretest
Benutzerfreundlichkeit
Plot <Graphische Darstellung>
p-Block
Wiki
Ein-Ausgabe
Ereignishorizont
Text Mining
Software
Tabellenkalkulation
Information
URL
Programmierumgebung
Standardabweichung
Web Site
Wellenlehre
Implementierung
Zellularer Automat
Zahlenbereich
Bildschirmmaske
Notebook-Computer
Datentyp
Gammafunktion
Schreib-Lese-Kopf
Soundverarbeitung
Videospiel
Graph
Validität
Binder <Informatik>
Elektronische Publikation
Office-Paket
Flächeninhalt
Surjektivität
Wort <Informatik>
Kantenfärbung
Umwandlungsenthalpie
Softwaretest
Lineares Funktional
Web Site
Bit
Subtraktion
Gewichtete Summe
Punkt
Implementierung
Binder <Informatik>
Elektronische Publikation
Biprodukt
Atomarität <Informatik>
Programmfehler
Office-Paket
Texteditor
Office-Suite
Information
Message-Passing
Gerade
Fehlermeldung
Umwandlungsenthalpie
Softwaretest
Schreiben <Datenverarbeitung>
Subtraktion
Prozess <Physik>
Graph
Listenprogrammgenerator
Mathematisierung
Schreiben <Datenverarbeitung>
Zahlenbereich
Sprachsynthese
Computer
Elektronische Publikation
Kombinatorische Gruppentheorie
Physikalische Theorie
Office-Paket
Ausdruck <Logik>
Software
Rechter Winkel
Offene Menge
Mereologie
Dateiformat
Wort <Informatik>
FAQ
Bildgebendes Verfahren
Basisvektor
Speicherabzug
Computeranimation

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Titel The Future of Opendocument Odf
Untertitel Keeping the momentum going
Serientitel FOSDEM 2016
Teil 87
Anzahl der Teile 110
Autor Oever, Jos van den
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DOI 10.5446/31001
Herausgeber FOSDEM VZW
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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