Free file formats

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Last edit: 10:04, 20 April 2011

Should we insist on resources actually being in a free file format, or should the license say that you are free to convert it to a free file format (in order to exercise your freedoms)?

Ktucker (talk)16:36, 9 October 2007

Insist on formats convenient for modification by everyone. i.e. make the resources immediately available and localisable - towards digital inclusion.

Ktucker (talk)03:18, 5 October 2007

Wherever possible, I feel that we should insist on storing resources in a free file format. The starting point should be free formats - not the other way around <smile>

Mackiwg (talk)16:36, 9 October 2007