Friday, October 21, 2005

More OpenDocument Filter News

Following on from the story "OpenDoc plug-in for MS Office users" CNet posts more details on the filter:
"Phase N intends to do exactly that, a task which it expects to take a few hundred hours of development time. It calls its project OpenOpenOffice.

Rather than client-side software to do the conversion, OpenOpenOffice relies on a server running a Perl application, according to the technical description.

The company hopes to have an open-source project started on SourceForge shortly."

Phase N has their description of the server side solution:

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