[odf-discuss] We seem to be popular.
Lars D. Noodén
lars at umich.edu
Sun Dec 24 13:21:46 EST 2006
I wasn't able to find other mention of OpenDocument (though I have to
admit being distracted for the moment) nor obvious contact information.
I'll look more on Tuesday.
On Sun, 24 Dec 2006, Daniel Carrera wrote:
> Now here is something really weird: Some hits come from
> convert-extensions.com, so far so good... So I checked their site. They
> have pages on OpenDocument but the Fellowship is not listed there.
> Instead, we are listed under the *Microsoft* OXML pages!
Likewise, the mention of OpenDocument could be updated to reflect its
status as a published ISO standard.
There is a mention of application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text
application/x-vnd.oasis.opendocument.text, but it is mislabeled as OpenDoc
rather than OpenDocument:
> In case you're curious, 28% of users had Firefox, 24% IE, 21% Mozilla,
> 7% Opera, 3% Konqueror and 17% Unknown. 45% of the users were American
> but we did have people from Germany, Japan, China and the UK.
Safari's conspicuously missing, but other than that it seems that 59% are
clearly running modern browsers. Cool.
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