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News about Massachusetts Open Document Format Controversy

Open document man resigns from Mass CTO post “Tired of being a lightning rod” By Ashlee Vance, Reg Developer, December 29, 2005.

The main cheerleader behind Massachusetts’ embrace of the OpenDocument format (ODF) has resigned, saying his role as the state’s IT chief has been undermined by controversy surrounding the document battle.

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