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Hi Péter,

Szakál Péter wrote on 2011-06-03 15.59:
On the 1st of June a conference has been held in the Hungarian Parliament, called "The Parliement of 
Information Society". During the event Mr. Zsolt Nyitrai, the state secreter of ITcommunication declared 
that the government is working right now to come up with a law saying that the Hungarian public sector will 
use ODF in the future, wich is the document format used by open source office solutions, like LibreOffice, 
OpenOffice etc...

thanks a lot for sharing these excellent news! :-) Good to have you with us!


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