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Re: [documentliberation-discuss] Re: introduction


Hi,

On Thu, 2018-02-22 at 10:55 +0000, kendell clark wrote:
> hi
>
> I've started a project with a couple of friends to start
> implementing
> daisy support in a cross platform library. It's going to be in
> python
> since that's the language my friends know but it can eventually be
> ported to another language if needed. If anyone is interested, you
> can
> clone the project at http://github.com/coffeeking/libdaisy. We have
> a
> sample book in daisy 3.0 format. It's free as in freedom, richard
> stallmen's biography since that's under the gfdl and unlikely to
> result
> in a copyright battle. I'd eventually like this to either be part of
> the
> document liberation project or if that's not possible at least
> mentioned
> there, since it's directly related to getting files out of a legacy
> format and into something open.

But the format already _is_ open... Mission accomplished .-)

D.

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