I am also noticing that OpenOffice .odt files are being recognized as application/zip. Perhaps this is because they might be,
but Aperture needs to coerce the underlying format in favor of the ostensible type (e.g. application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text ) otherwise, some useful processing gets missed in user apps (like mine). :)


On Wed, 2010-04-07 at 14:26 +0200, Leo Sauermann wrote:
Hi Brian,

Can you make a patch for this and write a mail to the mailinglist?

As a matter of fact, I also forward it to the list also, in your name,
But I guess you know more about the actual problem.

As most open source projects, we have a policy that you join the project after submitting a few patches successfully, which you, as a professional in the area, probably understand.
See here:

Leo Sauermann

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