Document Freedom Day
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If you don't have a thorough knowledge of the opendocuments, don't worry, you can always support the logistics of the events or volunteer with your camera or help out print out the flyers. Get in touch with your local teams and support them.
They support DFD 2010
“The Document Freedom day is an event that remind us the importance of open standards and the need to push this idea into our current society. Also is a good excuse to organize, evaluate and constantly improve the standard.” — Alexandro Colorado, OpenOffice.org Español Community Manager
“Open Standards lie at the heart of the Internet and much of what has emerged to function on this global and growing platform. The essence of open standards is interoperability. Adoption of open standards leads to the interworking of competitive products. By any metric, open standards lower barriers to entry into existing markets and increase consumer choice.” — Vint Cerf, Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
“I know a smart business decision when I see one — choosing open standards is a very smart business decision indeed.” — Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner (Digital Agenda)
“Over time, files that have been saved in closed formats tend to be less and less accessible to their creators. We prefer people to use modern and truly open formats like ODF whenever possible to ensure that they can continue to access and enjoy their work today and into the far future.” — Chris DiBona, Open Source Manager, Google
“True open standards are the key to deployer liberty. 'Libre' implementations of open standards - evolved in the open with every willing voice respected - are already at the heart of the new digital society and Document Freedom Day is to be welcomed as a celebration of the liberties we all need for our networked future.” — Simon Phipps, Free Software developer