I'm going to write a Wiki article "Working with the Markup of an ODF
File". Do you have a suggestion, where to put it?
The introduction is:
There exist very different reasons why someone wants to use the markup
of an ODF file, for example:
You want to learn, how the markup looks like.
You want to be sure the file doesn’t contain any hidden confidential
You want to compare the markup of other producers with the markup
generated by LibreOffice.
You want to investigate, whether a bug comes from a file format error.
You want to manually repair an error in the markup.
You want to manually do things, for which LibreOffice has no good UI.
You want to directly generate ODF files without using LibreOffice.
You want to apply an XSLT to the document without using LibreOffice.
The following article is a collection of tips, tricks and hints to help
you in such tasks.
Currently sections are:
Working with ‘Flat XML ODF’-File
Working with zip-Format
Avoid Noisy Markup in Writer
Valid ODF Files
Other Tools for ODF Files
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