I'm involved in a project that will produce a dataset as its product.
I'm considering using LO base so as to avoid vendor lock-in. I've
found a base document from 2014 that seems promising, is there a more
up-to-date place to start reading?
Also the dataset is likely to be subsequently used by a very diverse
group widely distributed. I've been thinking that a big csv file might
be sufficiently interoperable, I don't see an option to export data
this way. Is it possible or am I missing something that ought to be
I suppose it's clear I'm a complete newbie, any advice appreciated.
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