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On 05/03/2012 05:39 PM, Marc Grober wrote:
I remember some time ago a thread about publish to the ePub format from
LibreOffice, I can't seem to find it.
  I have used eScape from infogridpacific as an OOo add-on - it works
very well,  but they re not supporting it anymore.  Of course you can
also use Sigil to suck up what you appropriately format with LO

Well it looks like the eScape people are doing an online version of their system, but it took a bit to find the link to the proper page to find the extension file[s].

There is a Windows version and an "i386 .deb" version. Both are dated as "2009-06-05"

The help page "Prerequisites" list you need Windows but leave out Debian Linux.

The download page:

A quote from the web site about the online service:

   eScape - ePub Creator

   Make fully conforming ePubs from Open Office Documents

   ANNOUNCEMENT: Coming in February 2012 eScape Online. Create ePub 2,
   ePub3 free, with options for Mobi KF8 and bookmarked RGB PDF from
   *.doc, *.docx and *.odt wordprocessor manuscripts.

   The desktop version of eScape will be withdrawn at that time. More
   announcements on this exciting new service for small and
   self-publishers will be made shortly.

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