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Document Freedom Day: Promoting document freedom

Document Freedom Day

Today is Document Freedom Day. It’s not the easiest subject to explain. » Read more

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Freedom to Read, Freedom to Write: Celebrating Document Freedom Day 2011

Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) invites individuals, community groups and institutions to celebrate the Document Freedom Day (DFD) on March 30th. DFD is a global day to celebrate Open Standards and open document formats and its importance. Open Standards ensure the freedom to access your data, and the freedom to build Free Software to write and read data in specific formats.
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Introduction to Document Freedom Day

This year on March 31, along with more than 200 groups in 60 countries, we will observe the third Document Freedom Day. This grassroots effort aims to educate the public about the importance of open formats and open standards.

We've entered a time in which we store far more digitally than we do on paper. Our descendants will have to seek their history--government records, birth and death certificates, financial and property transactions--through the previous generation's digital formats. » Read more

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Liberate your documents.

An acquaintance emailed me a .docx file last week that my older word processor wouldn't open on the first try.  Before you start sending me fixes, don't worry.  I got it open eventually after much grumbling about proprietary formats that aren't really standards.  But I digress.
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