The new outline suggests that an ODF wiki is the ultimate goal of ODF@WWW, which is not the case. An ODF wiki is just one of the many possibilities on top of ODF@WWW.
Additionally, The links to Project Pinneberg and Leonard's proposal seem to lead the discussion away from this project, where it should actually happen.
These are just two comments about the current structure and content of our main wiki page. Before I go ahead and adjust the page, I would like to discuss these ideas with you. Please let me know your thoughts.
--Lutz Hoeger 16:30, 17 November 2008 (CET)
- Lutz, I second your comments. The focus of the ODF@WWW is, as I outlined on the brand new project page (http://odf-at-www.openoffice.org :-), to develop (small) extensions and companions to render ODF and OOo usable in the WWW. The plan is currently not to revolutionize the OOo suite or anything, especially not by applying cathedralic approaches. Though we may want to do the former later. --KR 12:58, 18 November 2008 (CET)
- If nobody objects, I am going to restructure the page soon ... --KR 15:20, 18 November 2008 (CET)