There is the only one ODF software: OpenOffice and its clones.
a) The common base for the various OOo clones might be as recent as OOo 1.1.3, but I suspect it is
several versions earlier.
b) There are office suites that are not deroved from either OOo or MSO that fully implement ODF
specifications and criteria.
The entire format is built around the single application from a single vendor.
There is a reference implementation for the ODF file format.
There are two major, and a dozen or so minor variations of how that standard is to be implemented.
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