- HTML for all public information on the Web.
- PDF for all documents where layout needs to be preserved.
- ODF for all documents that the recipient is supposed to be able to edit
This is definitely a win for Norway and its citizens, and a vote against proprietary vendor lock-in. When will we see the same sensible decision being made in New Zealand?
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Comment by William, on 20-Dec-2007 12:50
Awesome - I'd vote for that!!
Comment by Nick Matyas, on 8-Jan-2010 23:58
It's really an impressive posting. I liked it & think that it will be helpful for others. Keep up the good work. Good luck.
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