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Denmark ministries to publish in ODF by September

The Danish government will launch a four-month pilot program in September that will involve publishing documents in the OpenDocument Format (ODF), part of the country's broad endorsement of using open computing standards. The program will start with Denmark's finance and science ministries and possibly others, said Adam Lebech, head of the IT governance division within the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
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On the subject of double standards

Søren Thing Pedersen about standards and double standards
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Danemark : le parlement vote pour les standards ouverts !

Formats Ouverts, June 3, 2006. La parlement danois a voté pour l'utilisation obligatoire des standards ouverts.
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Denmark is Important Because...

Sam Hiser, June 05, 2006. The Danish Parlimentary Resolution (June 2, 2006) in favor of open software standards, while it doesn't call out ODF by name, is critical to the accelerated worldwide adoption of the OpenDocument Format because it will reinforce the definition of what is agreed to be an open software standard and reinforce just what the requirements of openness are.
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Denmark mandates open standards by 2008

Søren Thing Pedersen, June 2, 2006. In dramatic fashion the Danish parliament unanimously agreed on making the use of open standards mandatory in national IT solutions and software by 2008 (or ASAP). The decision was made minutes before the parliament left for the summer break and after weeks of intense discussion. Søren provides video/audio from the Parliament session.
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Denmark's Resolution on Open Standards - Updated

GROKLAW June 03 2006. Groklaw member elhaard sends us a bit more detail about the Danish resolution that passed yesterday. We put the story in News Picks. The motion is called "B 103" and all material about it (even Parliament transcripts) can be found at the Parliament's home page. It's only in Danish, though. So he helps us out again, translating the last publicly shown version of the resolution.
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Looking for IT Leaders? Try Denmark

Jeff Kaplan, 1 June, 2006. There is big news about to break on the IT policy front, and it comes from Denmark.
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