Towards real world interoperability.
Past experience has shown developers and technical management from larger and smaller vendors as well as community leaders have valued the chance to attend and work on real world interoperability.
November 17+18th 2011
The 7th ODF plugfest consists of three separate events you can choose from, depending on your interests:
- Are you an end user interested in the current state of the art in office applications? Visit the public facing part of the event with interesting talks on ODF and its applications. This part is intended for a wider, non-technical audience (Friday afternoon). (more)
Interested in deep technical understanding of ODF?
- If you are interested in the technical work that powers the portability of your future content, visit the more interactive technical sessions (Thursday + Friday morning) (more)
Work with automatically generated documents?
- If you work professionally with a lot of automatically generated documents, this separate session for vendors and users of document generation and processing tools is for you. The session is held at the initiative of the Netherlands government NoiV programme (Thursday). (more)
The events take place in the historical city hall of Gouda, The Netherlands.
Thanks to the programme committee consisting of:
- Alan Bell - OpenForum Europe
- Joris Dirks - Dutch Government
- Patrick Durusau (Individual)
- Basil Cousins - OpenForum Europe
- Roberto Gallopini - Sourceforge
- Sophie Gautier - TDF
- Bart Hanssens - Fedict
- John Haug - Microsoft
- Michiel Leenaars - NLnet foundation
- Louis Suarez-Potts
- Jos van den Oever (WebODF, KO GmbH)
- Rob Weir (IBM)