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I mentioned the OSFA[1] before - just wanted to give you an update on

Had the chance to participate in yesterdays marketing conference call
there and will be do so on an ongoing regular basis.

The OSFA website includes a blog aggregater and TDF has been invited to
list our blog there. This is a content specific blog so they are not
interested in everyone of our blog posts but rather those dealing
specifically with Governmental concerns. This need not be limited to
activities in the USA, though that would certainly be welcomed. 

OK - so how this works, whether it is a simple tag or something more
embedded in the blog post so as to flag the particular article for
display, the folks on the marketing call were not totally sure. I have
the email address for the fellow that runs that service and will be
getting details later this week on the specifics.

They would be interested in any articles penned by the Document
Foundation regarding ODF and why it is important in the public sector.
This could be part of our blog posting or as a case study. Once again
USA case studies would be great, but some European, South American, etc
focused articles would also be welcomed. 

On a longer range note - they would like to be able to count on a TDF
penned article about ODF in Government for next March's Document Freedom

Alright - there are a few items in my notes from yesterday, but that is
it for this email.




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