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A Mozilla Firefox extension has been proposed by a developer named Talin, according to Mozilla hacker Gervase Markham ; since then it has been further modified by Alex Hudson, and was hosted in the official Firefox extension repository.
Official page for the ODFReader extension:
Mozilla Firefox Extension Add-on page
ODT to XHTML XSLT
This ODFReader Firefox extension makes use of an XSL file. Currently the author recommends using the XSLT provided by J David Eisenberg:
Also check out David's book OASIS OpenDocument Essentials
OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications
Here you can find the document of OASIS Open Document Format specification v1.0 (the whole specification is about 700 pages):
Firefox extension development
And for Firefox / XUL development, you can check out the book Rapid Application Development with Mozilla by Nigel McFarlane:
Note: It should be noted that Google has already supported viewing SXW format (used by OpenOffice.org 1.x) as HTML through their search engine and G-Mail already. See also Google Desktop Search's OpenDocument Indexer plugin.
- Why Browsers Should Be Able to Display OpenDocument
- For further information on ODF filters and converters,
please check out List of OpenDocument software from Wikipedia