FSFE "Accessible Data Formats" page?

Immanuel Witschi immanuel at gmx.ch
Mon May 30 11:58:55 UTC 2005


thanks for your input. usually this kind of subjects are discussed on
the discussion list (discussion at fsfeurope.org) .

Nevertheless I think this is a good idea. It could as well be a
link-list to such pages we recommend, since I'm shure that such lists
exist already somewhere (you know probably better than I). As I saw the
FSF in the US has a kind of a collection of software listed. - So
Document-Formats are still missing.

Let's see what others mean...


On Sun, 2005-05-29 at 19:14 +0100, J. Grant wrote:
> Hi, I wonder if FSFE would be interested in listing certified open,
> accessible data formats?
> I think it would be good to have a definitive approved list people could
>   refer to, formats such as Vorbis, Theora and OpenOffice.org could be
> listed etc.
> Equally proprietary formats could be listed and justification could be
> provided for not using them instead of open accessible formats.
> With this we can provide links to Free Software which supports these
> accessible data formats as well.
> What does everyone think?
> (Is this the correct list to discuss on?)
> Kind regards
> JG
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