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Hi Simon, COSM is included in my presentation, of course

On 4/19/22 17:08, Simon Phipps wrote:
Hi Thibault,

If you would also like a short discussion about how ODF is developed and
funded (which is quite unusual in the field of standards) I would be happy
to talk about the COSM project.



On Tue, Apr 19, 2022 at 3:39 PM Italo Vignoli <> wrote:

Hi Thibault,

Yes, of course, I am happy to join.

Can I use a short presentation about ODF?

Best regards, Italo

On 4/19/22 15:55, Thibault Martin wrote:
Hello LibreOffice marketing,

I work for Element <>, one of the popular Matrix
clients. We organise monthly events called Open Tech Will Save Us <>. The goal of those events is
to try to understand the social impact software has on our societies, and
how libre software and open standards can make it more positive.

As for the format, it consists of an online event where three guests
come to talk for 20 to 30 minutes about their project and how it’s related
to the theme of the episode. The host then picks questions from the
audience and asks them to the guests.

Our next episode is going to be on open standards, and The Document
Foundation naturally comes to mind! Would somebody be available on
Wednesday 27 between 18:00 and 20:00 CEST, to have a live streamed
conversation about LibreOffice, The Document Foundation, the OpenDocument
format and why they matter?

Best regards,

Italo Vignoli -
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