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____/ Matt on Thursday 07 Jan 2010 03:32 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> ____/ Matt on Wednesday 06 Jan 2010 06:11 : \____
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>>>> Munich administration switches to OpenDocument Format
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>>>> | The LiMux project, which oversees Linux
>>>> | migration in Munich, the capital of Bavaria,
>>>> | has reached another milestone. According to a
>>>> | 2009 development review that the deputy
>>>> | project leader Florian SchieÃl has posted on
>>>> | his blog, open source OpenDocument Format
>>>> | (ODF) is now the main document exchange
>>>> | standard, with PDF being used for non-
>>>> | editable files. According to SchieÃl, the
>>>> | city administration's standard desktops now
>>>> | consist of the free OpenOffice.org office
>>>> | suite, Mozilla's Firefox browser, the
>>>> | Thunderbird email client and several other
>>>> | open source applications, such as the GIMP
>>>> | image editor.
>>> No new document lockin!
>> It's more than that.
>> Listen to what she says towards the end.
> Hmmm ... somebody tell me what I should do to play that on XP.
> Something wrong with my Ubuntu system so that the sound card stops
> working not long after rebooting.
> I looked up the Theora page on Wikipedia and found I was able to play
> the sample video there on XP (seemingly using Java) but I am presented
> with an "open using" dialog when I download the .ogv file Roy linked to
> above, and I don't know which app can play .ogv files or whether I need
> to download something.
Any version of Firefox 3.5 and later should play Ogg just fine.
~~ Best of wishes
The best performance improvement is the transition from the nonworking
state to the working state. -- John Ousterhoutp
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