Towards real world interoperability.
Code of conduct ODF Plugfests
During the ODF plugfests we operate under the Chatham House rule.
Also, please bear the following in mind:
- Be constructive: you may point out issues in specific implementations in an objective way, but the goal is to improve interoperability, not to start flame wars.
- Be open: every implementation contains bugs. If you happen to find issues during the testing, please note down a short summary of it on the wiki. Afterwards you can mark it as fixed, showing your commitment to interoperability and the real progress you've made.
- Be focused: the goal of the plugfest is to improve interoperability.
Learn more about the plugfests on the plugfest wiki of OpenDoc Society.
About the plugfests
The first ODF plugfest was held in the Hague in 2009, and was launched by the Netherlands minister of Foreign Trade Frank Heemskerk. Previous plugfests were held at The Hague (Netherlands), Orvieto (Italy), Granada (Spain), Brussels (Belgium), Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (UK) and Berlin (Germany).
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