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Submission + - Document Freedom Day 2013 celebrated in 30 countries (

jrepin writes: "The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) is running its annual Document Freedom Day campaign today to raise awareness of the importance of open standards. This year's Document Freedom Day involves over 50 groups from 30 countries and focuses on open standards in web-based streaming technologies, especially on increasing the awareness and usage of HTML5. This year's campaign is sponsored by Google and openSUSE. To celebrate the Document Freedom Day April has published a poster to explain to software users, the interest of opting for "open formats" to exchange and store their files."
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Document Freedom Day 2013 celebrated in 30 countries

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